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Baltic projects announced

The joint Baltic Sea research and development programme (Bonus) has published the results of its first call, awarding grants to seven research consortia to study approaches to protecting the Baltic Sea’s ecosystem.

€27 million has been awarded to fund projects for four years. Half of the funding for Bonus will come from the European Commission, while the eight Baltic Sea countries—Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland and Sweden—as well as Russia,  will provide the other half.

The Bonus programme has a total budget of 100 million euro budget from 2013 and 2018. Projects must support long-term research collaboration on sustainable development in the Baltic Sea. They must each involve researchers from at least three EU or association countries, at least two of them from countries that are part of Bonus.

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