Irish marine projects supported by the EU INTERREG IV Programme 2007-2010
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The EU INTERREG-IV Programme (2007-2013) is an important source of external competitive funding for a range of knowledge-based marine projects promoting regional and cross-border co-operation and development. During the period 2007-2010, 29 INTERREG-IV projects (including two preparatory actions) with Irish participation were approved for funding. The total value of these projects is circa 75.5m with over 12.3m in grant-aid going to the Irish partners. This directory provides a summary of each of these 29 projects. Many of these projects in turn contribute to the implementation of research, development and innovation priorities identified in Ireland's national Strategy for Science, Technology and Innovation (SSTI: 2006-2013) and its marine component, the Sea Change Strategy (2007-2013).
Biotechnology , Climatic changes , Directories , Environment management , Financing , Grants , Marine transportation , Power from the sea , Research programmes , Tourism
O'Sullivan, G., & Twomey, S. (2010). Irish marine projects supported by the EU INTERREG IV Programme 2007-2010 (pp. 44). Oranmore, Galway: Marine Institute.
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