CORDIS: Mission accomplished for Boosting Baltic
CORDIS: Mission accomplished for Boosting BalticFrank Graage, Boosting Baltic FP6, is interviewed by CORDIS news as the project is entering its final months
Boosting Baltic FP6 has two target groups, the NCP’s of 4 newly associated countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland) and on their life science research community, as a model case for effective technology transfer.
The project has been successul in its aim to increase the competences on programs of FP6 and advance the area of action by promoting advanced partnerships, entrepreneurship and competitiveness.
– Frank Graage says that the results have been encouraging – not only have a number of projects with Baltic partners received FP6 funding following support from Boosting Baltic, but he is also confident that researchers throughout the region will continue to collaborate, even after his project comes to an end.
Read the entire interview:Mission accomplished for Boosting Baltic
Read more about Boosting Baltic FP6:www.scanbalt.org/boosting
There are still a number of of one-day seminars left targeting Life Science researchers in Poland Latvia and Estonia.
The programme will focus on:
– FP 7 funding (Framework Programme 7)
– EU information services
– partner search opportunities
– practical experience from European RTD projects
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