Second Policy Dialogue and EUSDR PAs’ Cross-fertilisation Workshop
Competitiveness and Innovation for Long-lasting Transnational Collaboration in the Danube Region’s
Ministry of Research and Innovation
București, Mendeleev 21-25 Street, 3rd floor
2nd November 2018 09:00 CET
The Romanian Ministry of Research and Innovation, with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (national coordinator for the EUSDR) and direct contribution of the Made in Danube project is organising this event as an opportunity for cross-fertilization and fruitful dialogue between the following Danube Strategy Priority Areas. The goal is also to contribute to the debate on key challenges, needs and requirements for developing a bio-economy concept for the region while also contributing to the creation of a common understanding of the “Innovation and Technology Transfer priorities” and thus supporting long-lasting transnational collaboration in bio-economy in the Danube Region.
Registrations are open until 30/10/2018. For more information, please contact Ms. Aurora Patriche – firstname.lastname@example.org.
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