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Background The natural characteristics of the Baltic Sea, namely, a long water residency time (around 30 years), a large catchment area, a population of about 90 million people, and a brackish water environment poor in species, predisposes it to harmful contamination effects. One environmental problem comes from shallowed overgrown bays, which occur when ...
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The COSMOS proposal aims to reduce Europe’s dependence on imported coconut and palm kernel oils and fatty acids and castor oil as sources for medium-chain fatty acids (MCFA, C10–C14) and medium-chain polymer building blocks. These are needed by the oleochemical industry for the production of plastics, surfactants, detergents, lubricants, plasticisers and other products. In COSMOS, camelina and cra ...
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In order to stay competitive and cope with the environmental problems of the Baltic Sea, the maritime sector of the South Baltic region has to undergo a shift from industry- to knowledge- and innovation based economy. The New Maritime Sector is a current term, but we prefer to call it a CHANGING maritime sector. To achieve this change, there is a growing need for skilled engineers, researchers and ...
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Sustainable RES-CHAINS in the South Baltic Region (RES-Chains)

Start date: Dec 31, 2010, End date: Jun 29, 2014,

Renewable Energy Sources (RES) have become of vital importance for and a substantial part of regional development. Amongst others, RES contribute to an independent and secure energy supply, economic growth and climate protection. When using RES, it is important to observe the entire chain to guarantee a sustainable application, from the outtake of biomass from forest or the production of solar pan ...
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Project name LIFEscape summarises the idea behind the project: landscape as essential for life, and well being of humans. South Baltic landscapes are a legacy of the Regions rich natural and cultural history. They undergo changes together with the economic and demographic development of the region. While some these changes can be regarded as positive, others have a clearly negative impact on human ...
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As our population ages, society faces new challenges. Demand for primary health care services is rising: with the retirement of older professionals and an unwillingness amongst younger professionals to re-locate to remote areas, there is a shortage of physicians, especially in rural areas. The regions round the Baltic Sea are more or less in similar situations. Each of them already pursued separat ...
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Rationale: 21st century requires the diverse talents of all people, realising their full potential to develop creative answers to complex problems. We need new approaches in education based on a broader conception of ability, promoting motivation and self-esteem, creative skills and individual aptitudes. CreatLearn is a South Baltic cooperation of 5 municipalities, their education administrations ...
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Wetlands, Algae and Biogas (WAB)

Start date: Jan 31, 2010, End date: Dec 30, 2012,

The Baltic Sea is under great environmental stress. The human impact has disturbed the ecological balance, and eutrophication is one of the most severe environmental problems. The nutrient leakage to the sea stimulates an over production of undesirable macro algae that accumulate in shallow waters, especially along the unique and very sensitive sandy coasts of the SB Sea. The overload of algae dam ...
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S’inscrivant dans le processus de Bologne, le Maroc a adopté l'architecture pédagogique LMD depuis 2003. Le présentprojet s'inscrit dans le renforcement de la convergence des systèmes d'enseignement supérieur marocain et européen. Le projet vise la mise en place d’un système de crédits ECTS et du supplément au diplôme. L’alignement au système ECTS est de nature à promouvoir la lisibilité de notr ...
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The wider objective is to tackle the unemployment and lack of innovation due to a gap between labor market needs and skills of labor force. Changing conditions in the labor market must be matched by a continued development of the competencies of the workforce and enhance the social inclusion of people into active work life. This could mean learning new and appropriate skills within a current work ...
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The BLATT project provides strong stimulus towards the implementation of the student-centred educational strategy, expanding a range of the educational tools which could help this process. Student-centered methods are the intrinsic facets of most of the e-learning applications. Through use of online methods students are in control of their own progress by covering the subject matter personally, b ...
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Learning foreign languages is very important to all, as academic success and carrier prospects greatly depend on foreign language skills. However, traditional teaching methods are disadvantageous to dyslexic pupils. They have trouble with reading and writing in their first language and therefore often excluded from lessons in the second language due to assumptions about their learning ability in t ...
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EUROVERSITY

Start date: Dec 1, 2011,

This network brings together eighteen European partners (and a partner from Israel) in the exploration and collection of good practice with respect to teaching and learning within virtual worlds. The network consist of partners with substantial experience of the use of 2D/3D virtual worlds in learning and teaching contexts (in European projects such as AVALON, AVATAR, START, LANCELOT and NIFLAR) ...
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The project's wider objective is to increase specialized Universities’ capacity in meeting the evolving market needs and governmental strategies of development, as well as in coping with new challenges of education, by modernizing their language teaching capacity; to help graduates of specialized Universities to increase their employability through obtaining viable language skills. The specific ob ...
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A wider objective of this project is to provide a strategic support and lasting impact on Ukrainian higher education in establishing a structural change towards a educational system that promotes students’ creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in the IT related educational programs. This will include extensive promotion of knowledge triangle instantiations that involve education programs, re ...
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The project resides within the domain of quality assurance. The project proposal acknowledges support from CAQA (Belgrade) and from partners and stakeholders, but the University of Pristina -Mitrovica greatly values what it has termed 'the wider implications of quality assurance,' in recognizing the correlation between the future of K. Mitrovica and the demonstrable effects of quality assurance ...
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This Project will benchmark best practices in academic Homeiand Security (HS) offerings ofcomparative and international HS issues, leading to collaboration and the development of aknowledge transfer exchange relating to homeland security. In addition, a web-based Global HSEducation Network will be created to establish an academic e-journa! and a means for institutionsto provide, beyond the period ...
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Integrated Journalism in Europe

Start date: Oct 1, 2012,

Media are evolving in constant interactive forms. The university should also innovate to match this context. Four main lines of action will engage learners, teachers and companies to focus on what's required to achieve and foster excellence in the communication world. These key axis are:(1) Media integration: the cooperation between press, radio, TV and Internet will lead to practices that promote ...
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Training is a necessary prerequisite for countries to fulfil their obligations as stated in the Convention of the Rights of the Child, more precisely articles 9, 20 and 25. A training package and a model for delivering such training is useful in all countries in the region and in Europe.
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