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Transfer Of Knowledge - Transfer Of Human Capital (TOK-TOC)

Start date: Dec 31, 2011, End date: Dec 30, 2014,

There is robust evidence indicating that human capital drives economic growth and social capital and makes a major contribution towards achieving the Lisbon goals for a competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy. In this context, the project is intended toward the adaptability of the human capital to the current economic conditions, while ensuring that knowledge & know-how transfer from the ...
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Strong cooperation in the scientific area is needed in the Baltic Sea region in order to ensure the competitiveness of the region. There is a new cluster of large-scale research infrastructure (Lund, Hamburg, Berlin and Geesthacht as EU countries and Gachina in Russia) and some more are planned or already under construction (the European XFEL in Hamburg, ESS and Max IV in Lund, Solaris in Krakow). ...
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The Baltic Sea Basin is an area of intensive, and intensifying agricultural production. There are about 36 million units of cattle, 67 million units of pigs, and 190 million units of poultry in the region. (Gren, I.-M. et al., 2008: Cost of nutrient reductions to the Baltic Sea - technical report). Intensifying and concentration of animal production has resulted in environmental problems caused by ...
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... model from Finlanda collaborative open innovation platform where students co-create new solutions to real-life problems of companies. DEMOLA was during StarDust established in Lithuania, Sweden and Latvia. Another outcome is the Business Roaming Agreement, which enables SMEs to use the cluster`s facilities abroad and gain access to each others networks and markets abroad.Additional transnational f ...
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Sustainable Uses of Baltic Marine Resources (SUBMARINER)

Start date: Jun 10, 2010, End date: Sep 9, 2013,

The Baltic Sea faces significant challenges: fishery declines, severe marine pollution, the effects of climate change as well as an increasing competition for space. At the same time new scientific and technological developments provide opportunities for innovative uses of marine resources which do not only have the power to generate sustainable regional economic development but also proactively c ...
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BalticSupply (BS) is a transnational project co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and made possible by the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) Programme. The project addresses the problem that very often markets in the BSR are too small and the fact that SMEs encounter a number of access barriers to European supply markets. These barriers cause competitive disadvantages for Baltic SMEs and th ...
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With the goal to boost business in the areas of biotechnology and IT focused life sciences, the project is forming a regional cluster of the relevant SMEs and research & development institutions in both countries. These relevant stakeholders are brought together in thematic seminars, cross-border matchmaking and experience exchange events. The international competitiveness of the regional biotechn ...
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... to innovation promotion The challenges of innovation promotion and BDOs in non-metropolitan regions as well as innovation cooperation in the BSR were discussed in the Baltic InnoReg Forum in Riga, Latvia, 18 June 2010. Main speakers of the Forum were Nikos Pantalos (DG Enterprise and Industry), Helene Vogelmann (Vinnova) and Vineta Griekere (BSR Programme 2007–2013). The Baltic Innovation Policy ...
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The BSR is characterised by large areas of unspoilt countryside. Because of strong economic problems just in these rural areas tourism seems to be a promising opportunity to support regional development. Sustainability considered as a guiding principle can ensure that such a development will lead to economical benefits without threaten the nature and the social structure. Consequently a lot of sus ...
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This pilot project will develop a new, innovative certified and integrated training framework (handbook, self-audit tools, pilot courses, case studies and web site) focused on effective and proactive maintenance strategies vs reactive strategies (that understand maintenance of equipment as fixing things that break). The project is addressed to the industrial sectors that need to make use of mainte ...
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The consortium behind the guidelines are partners from six countries and with mainly two directions - vocational schools and industries. The schools were represented of both vocational schools and academies. The industries are represented by National Maintenance Societies. Developed curricula is adapted for vocational schools of two types - basic training and adult training. 47 subjects cover all ...
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... um comprising Universities & Research Centres (University of Portsmouth & ATHENA Research & Innovation Centre), Professional Bodies (Utek - Swedish Maintenance Society), Innovation Diffusion Parties (Latvia Technology Park, CNIPMMR-The SME Association of Romania) and maintenance-related engineering companies (ATLANTIS Engineering). The developed tools, available at www.ilearn2main.eu, have been pi ...
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The project intends to pursue the objective of Lisbon declaration by developing Biotechnology sector at European level. Its aims are to develop a formation more pertinent to the modern needs of enterprises, to avoid academic constrains by favouring international courses which are capable to attract students from outside Europe. On the other hand we are expecting an increase on employability of you ...
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Innovate for success : A guide covering a range of subjects is to be introduced into SMEs, which will foster innovation in small businesses by providing cost-effective and practical training in a variety of formats. This project started in 2003 and lasted 25 months.
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