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Maritime industry comes together to identify its future research needs

Maritime industry comes together to identify its future research needs
The major players in the waterborne transport sector came together on January 25th to start working towards a common strategic vision for the future research needs of this sector.
The Waterborne Transport Technology Platform will involve industry, national authorities, regulatory bodies, research centres and universities and will seek to stimulate more effective public and private investment in research and development and improve the coherence of research activities at European, national, regional and local level. The Commission was represented by its Industry Commissioner Günter Verheugen.

Follow the link below to read the press release from the European Commission.
Maritime industry comes together to identify its future research needs

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