• Review – Linnaeus ECO-TECH ’20 and CONTRA session

    Eco-Tech is calling on researchers and industry to work together to ensure benefits from a rapidly expanding society were students will work with professional scientists and become scientist themselves by observing and recoding real-life data. The plan calls for action on promoting closer partnerships between industry and the research sector to ensure the Baltic region […]

  • Community building and networking in the Baltic Bioeconomy

    On Wednesday, 2 December 2020 the event “Beach Wrack in the Bioeconomy” was arranged by the CONTRA partner Krinova Incubator and Science Park. Over 60 attendees had joined the event eager to build their network, get up-to-date information on Beach Wrack issues and start new collaborations. The event was nicely framed by Jessica Hjerpe Olausson […]

  • CONTRA article published in the journal “Ocean and Coastal Management”

    We are pleased to announce that the article ‘Converting beach wrack into a resource as a challenge for the Baltic Sea (an overview)’ (B. Chubarenko et al., 2020) has finally been published. The paper discusses research questions related to beach wrack management and economically viable uses. It presents beach wrack recycling examples from Denmark (Køge […]

  • Linnaeus ECO-TECH ’20 – Book of abstracts available

    On 23 – 25 November 2020 the “12th International conference on establishment of cooperation between companies and institutions in the Nordic countries, the Baltic Sea region and the world”, organised by Linnaeus University (Kalmar, Sweden), took place. Among others, a session about beach wrack was organised with participation from selected CONTRA partners. More information about […]