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Funding available for SMEs working on technologies for small flying objects in the Blue Growth Sector

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New funded support for SMEs with Earth Observation technologies, deadline for registration 5th November 2020

Space2Waves, a new European Funded project, has launched a Call of Interest to support SMEs with ear...

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Oceanology International, 1st-4th December 2020, online

Oceanology International has been the world’s largest ocean technology exhibition and conference for...

University of Portsmouth Workshop on Funding, 2nd December 2020, 11.00-13.00, online

This webinar is for businesses, researchers and academics to find out more about the funding and sup...

INdIGO developing sustainable fishing gear workshop, 18th November 2020, online 9.30 - 13.00 CET

This event will present innovative projects in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors. From recycling of fishing gear to the creation of bio-sourced mussel nets, the speakers will explain how they are helping to reduce plastic pollution in the oceans.

Join this INdIGO online workshop on 18th November 2020, 8.30am-midday UK time.

To register your interest please visit:

https://tinyurl.com/y4jhzd8p

INdIGO is an EU funded project aiming to reduce plastic pollution in the oceans from fishing and aquaculture activities by developing the first fishing equipment with a controlled lifespan that is biodegradable in the marine environment. The project also aims to improve the recycling of fishing great at the end of its life.

INdIGO is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) within the framework of the Interreg France (Channel) England Programme and will run until June 2023. The project has 10 partners including 6 research organisations and 4 business/cluster partners and is being led by the University of South Brittany.

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Posted 2020-10-20 13:31:06

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