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The MOSES Project is funded by the EU INTERREG Atlantic V Programme (2014 to 2020), Priority 4 Enhancing Biodiversity and the Natural and Cultural Assets..


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MOSES is an EU multinational research project involving eight partners representing the five member states of the Atlantic Area. The multinational partners of MOSES (universities, marine research institutions, and regional bodies) include representatives from France, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

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Recently @PlanQUB researcher @_c_kelly participated in the Coastal Transition blue economy conference hosted by @SCSU Christina’s presentation titled ‘Navigating a future transition pathway towards sustainability in ports and shipping’

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Save the date. The 5th international symposium on the Oceans in National Income Accounts will take place virtually on 24/25 March 2021. More details about registration and speakers will be available soon. @SEMRU_NUIG @NWAssembly

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Recently our partner @CiimarUp held a webinar on the theme of “Towards sustainable aquaculture in Portugal. Best practices from Centro region". Video of the webinar is now to watch. @NWAssembly @SEMRU_NUIG

https://t.co/ieqMf0mrVh

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'You're working on common challenges that the member states can't solve on their own'

Professor Stephen Hynes discusses the benefits of interdisciplinary and international collaboration when working on European-funded projects.

The 2nd Moses Webinar will be held on December 9th at 10.30GMT/9.30CET hosted by @CiimarUp. The theme is "Towards sustainable aquaculture - best practices from the Centro Region"

https://t.co/eA5nB8g1oY

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