Marina International Conference 2019: Science, Innovation & Blue Society | Call for papers
Posted by Delphine El-Khassawneh from the Marina Project on 04 Feb 2019
Nausicaá will host the “Science, Innovation and Blue Society” conference on 12-13 March 2019.
This conference is organised as part of the MARINA Project, an EU funded initiative aiming at bringing stakeholders together around Responsible Research and Innovation applied to marine challenges.
Participants of the conference will be European researchers and scientists working on marine resource management and conservation for a Blue Society. Participants are invited to submit a paper. Specific themes of interest include but are not limited to:
- Tourism and coastal cities
- Pollution caused by human and sea pressures
- Fisheries and aquaculture
- Renewable energy (wave, wind, tidal)
- Marine changes caused by climate change
- Marine biotechnologies
- Sea transportation
- Deep sea mining
- Ocean literacy and education
Submitted papers should describe experience, case studies, outcomes of projects or research activities related to the marine domain, and where the implementation of the RRI or Blue Society concepts made a difference in the impact on the research, innovation and European society. Please click here for full details of the Call for Papers.
We would also be delighted to welcome you as a participant if you do not wish to submit a paper. To register as a participant only, please click here.
We hope that you will be able to join us! In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact us if you need more information.
Delphine El-Khassawneh , Marina Project Officer