SUSHIfish research mobility: CCMAR goes to NTUA
16th December 2016
On the 16th of December the first of many mobility activities within the consortium took place. Liliana Anjos (CCMAR, Portugal) went to Athens and met Fanny Tsironi at NTUA, where they aligned all experimental design and sampling of WP5 experiments.
One of the strongest assets of working within collaborative project like SUSHIfish is the possibility to expand or consolidate a partner’s technical capacities through mobility and training of its research staff amongst other partners.
In this way, the mobility of researchers within the consortium allows access to novel technologies, to consolidate research lines and objectives through independent meetings and the technical collaboration in key experiments for the overall partners.