Assessment of the BONUS programme
Professor Mike Elliott Mike.Elliott@hull.ac.uk
Emeritus Professor of Estuarine and Coastal Sciences/ Research Professor, Institute of Estuarine and Coastal Studies
Assessment of the BONUS programme impact on relevant policies, innovative industries and macro-regional research
|Funder(s)||BONUS Secretariat (EEIG)|
|Project Dates||Sep 19, 2016 - Mar 17, 2017|
|Partner Organisations||No Partners|
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