Baltic TRAM present at NIBS conference 2017

On 15th June 2017, the project partner Kaunas Science and Technology Park represented Baltic TRAM at the international conference “Nanotechnology and Innovation in the Baltic Sea Region (NIBS)” in Kaunas, Lithuania, to introduce the project itself and promote the ongoing open call for companies to access free analytical research in the Baltic Sea region.

Open Call for Companies to Access Free Analytical Research

The Baltic TRAM project offers companies free access to state-of-the-art analytical research facilities across the Baltic Sea Region, providing technical and scientific expertise to help solve challenges associated with developing new products or services. The project now accepts applications.

Baltic TRAM Engages in the Baltic 2030 Consultation

Baltic TRAM has shown its commitment to the comprehensive approach of macro-regional advancement of innovation by taking part in the public consultation, aimed at gathering input for the Baltic 2030 Action Plan. This Action Plan will explain the macro-regional approach towards implementation of the globally defined Agenda 2030.

Baltic TRAM Discussions Ahead of the Operational Phase of the Industrial Research Centres

On 15 – 16 March 2017, the Third Baltic TRAM Partner Meeting took place at the European Spallation Source (ESS) construction site in Lund, Sweden, against the backdrop of the recently launched Finnish call for measurements.

Finland Opens First Baltic TRAM Call for Measurements

The Finnish partners: University of Turku and regional development agency Kainuun Etu Oy, has launched the first call for measurements in Baltic TRAM

Baltic Sea Science Day Paves the Way for Enhanced Science and Research Cooperation

On 8 February 2017, the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) held its first conference Baltic Sea Science Day,

Directorate-General for Research and Innovation consultations with Baltic TRAM

On 9 November 2016, the CBSS Secretariat hosted a meeting of the Baltic TRAM partners and the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (DG RTD) of the European Commission.

Research and Business: Need for Concrete Actions

On 9th November 2016 in Stockholm, the project BalticTRAM hosted the session Achieving knowledge-driven innovation and growth in the Baltic Sea Region.

The First Baltic TRAM High Level Group Meeting

The first meeting of Baltic TRAM High Level Group took place on 27 October 2016 in Hamburg, Germany. This fora, chaired by the CBSS Secretariat´s Deputy Director General Bernd Hemingway, was formed right after the first CBSS Science Ministerial. It assembles the national managing authorities of research, science and innovation policies, as well as distinguished experts of analytical facilities.

How to turn Europe’s large research infrastructures into engines of innovation

Europe has the opportunity to enhance its innovation capacity by strengthening cooperation between analytical research institutes and companies, providing industry with new ways to access expertise and powerful state of the art machines

Timely Need to Intensify Scientific and Industrial Collaboration

On 22nd September, Baltic TRAM organised a panel discussion titled “Northern European Excellence and Innovation Cluster at the Fehmarnbelt Days 2016, a regional platform for the stakeholders from the emerging Fehmarnbelt Region and beyond.

CBSS Science Ministerial

On 16 June 2016, the Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) held the first CBSS Science Ministerial in Kraków, Poland. The Chair´s Conclusions state support for Baltic TRAM.

Project kick-off

On 7-8 March in Zeuthen/Berlin, the international project Baltic TRAM (Transnational Research in the Macroregion) held it’s kick-off, marking the start of a wide range of activities to be implemented throughout the Baltic Sea Region over the next three years. The meeting gathered 16 project partners, associated organisations and guests from the region and beyond.