Baltic Science Network as an avid reader of the European perspectives on the future of higher education and research, pays attention to one of the trends identified by the European Political Strategy Centre. “Europe may have invented universities, but now it is time to reinvent them” tallies with the overall Baltic Science Network´s aspirations to enhance the research competitiveness and science excellence delivered by the Baltic Sea Region through enhanced mobility of researchers. As one of the most vivid examples of such aspirations serve the Baltic Science Network Policy Paper Regarding the Framework Programme 9 (you may find full document here). This document testifies to the overall commitment of Baltic Science Network members to shape the future of the European Research Area on the basis of a multilateral dialogue, common values and perspectives. Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Lithuania as well as Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre (MOSTA) are active partners of Baltic Science Network.
The Baltic Science Network Policy Paper Regarding the Framework Programme 9 proves that Baltic Science Network highly appreciates its outstanding pool of political endorsements and is ready to respond the political call for advice and action. All parties interested in the evolution of the debate revolving around the future Framework Programme are invited to familiarise with the policy paper, which represents one of the notable voices emanating from the Baltic Sea Region.
Baltic Science Network Policy Paper Regarding the Framework Programme 9 is part of the Interreg Vb Baltic Sea Region Programme´s funded project Output 2.3 “Development and dissemination of policy recommendations for the EU level”.
Source: Baltic Science Network