The aim of this project is develop new instruments and tools that will enhance environmental research and promote innovation in Danube Region, including the Danube Delta and the Black Sea. Importantly, the new instruments and tools do not start ab initio but will build on existing projects – covering multiple source of funding (public, private or PPP), whether national, regional or European – which will be identified and clustered. The project will undertake a critical analysis of what has been achieved so far in the region and will build upon results of achievements to-date, to design innovative solutions to strengthen knowledge transfer in this area. This will be achieved by gathering top level representatives of the academia and business communities as well as decision makers, specialized in various sectors of integrated management of the Danube –Black Sea macrosystem. The project will be structured on the three main pillars of Research and Innovation

  • i. Science and Innovation Agenda,
  • ii. Research Infrastructures and
  • iii. Human Capital

and their relation to the three principal categories of stakeholder:

  • i. Policy and Decision Makers,
  • ii. Business / Industry community and
  • iii. Academia.

For the DANCERS metadatabase – Work package 1 click here:  DANCERS DATABASE

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Please help us by providing information about the relevant initiatives regarding Research and Innovation in the field of integrated water management from the Danube Region! As we shall build on existing experience, we gather the major initiatives regarding R&D, but also other programmes / projects that influenced significantly the knowledge on the state of the Danube – danube Delta – Black Sea Macrosystem (such as navigation maintenance works, hydrotechnical works, environmental monitoring programmes etc.). Please fill in this on-line questionnaire: http://bioinformatica.dbioro.eu/dancers_en.html (for technical info – please write to mihaela.paun AT gmail.com).


Stakeholder Questionnaire for the Danube Macro Region