An innovative marine research project, PERSEUS merges the natural and socioeconomic sciences in an ecosystem approach to marine degradation. PERSEUS provides the scientific community with a unique opportunity to ‘translate’ scientific knowledge into evidence-based policy recommendations for the better governance of the Southern European Seas. PERSEUS creates a strong platform for international scientific cooperation across both seas, in both EU and non-EU countries.
In the Scientists section of this web site, you will find the latest information and news about the PERSEUS Project, as well as the resulting new knowledge, tools and methodologies to help achieve ‘Good Environmental Status’, in line with objectives and principles of the EU’s Marine Strategy Framework Directive.
- 10 December 2015: “Policy-oriented marine research in the SES: Lessons Learned and the way ahead”: PERSEUS Final Stakeholders Meeting, Brussels, Belgium
The final PERSEUS Stakeholder meeting is entitled 'Policy-oriented marine research in the SES: Lessons learned and the way ahead'. The event will be held back-to-back with the final PERSEUS Scientific Conference, in Brussels, at the European Parliament. This event will bring together international and European stakeholders and include some short
- 07 - 09 December 2015: Scientific Conference: "Integrated Marine Research in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea”
The Final Scientific Conference of PERSEUS “Integrated Marine Research in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea”, co-organised by the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) and the Flanders Department of Economy, Science and Innovation (EWI), will take place in Brussels, from 7-9 December 2015. For your participation you are kindly requested to fill in
The MareFrame project will be holding its annual meeting from 17-20 November 2015 in Constanta, Romania. The venue of the meeting is the National Institute for Marine Research and Development “Grigore Antipa“ Constanta 900581, 300 Mamaia Blvd. A joint stakeholder meeting between PERSEUS and MareFrame projects will take place on the 19th