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Baltic Science Network is an integral part of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. The 9th Annual Forum of the Strategy testified that the macroregional potential in the Baltic Sea Region cannot be fully realised without strong research foundations.  

On 5 June 2018, Baltic Science Network was presented to the attendants of the 9th Annual Forum of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) during the Policy Area Education, Research and Employability session at the Networking Village. Macroregional stakeholders were introduced to the two upcoming events – conference in Brussels organised together with Baltic TRAM in November 2018, as well as the upcoming Council of the Baltic Sea States (CBSS) High-Level Meeting in February 2019, to which Baltic Science Network Final Conference will be an integral part. The CBSS High-Level Meeting will be a follow-up event, which will offer an opportunity for reviewing implementation of the guidance provided after the 1st CBSS Science Ministerial enshrined in the CBSS Polish Chair´s Conclusions “Baltic Science: Renewing the Commitment to Science / Research Joint Actions in the Baltic Sea Region”.

 

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Baltic Science Network embeddedness in the EUSBSR and enduring interest in maintaining the outreach to other flagships and their components testifies that the future macroregional potential of the Baltic Sea Region depends also on the legacy built in the higher education, research and science domains through joint multilateral efforts.

The on-going work of Baltic Science Network expert groups will facilitate a more thorough look at photon & neutron science, life sciences and welfare state research topicalities. Groups are examining what transnational cooperation topics would serve the most pending needs for a more thorough research expertise in the Baltic Sea Region.