An Interreg North Sea Region (NSR) co-funded project which aims to enhance regional innovation support capacity to increase long-term innovation levels and support smart specialisation strategies. To achieve this, RIGHT concentrates its efforts on developing the skills of the workforce relevant for SMEs in the participating regions within the energy and blue sectors.

Project dates: 01 November 2018 to 31 May 2022
EMBRC-BE role: UGent (Marbiol) is partner
Contact: marleen.roelofs@ugent.be
Funding:  €3.366.047 (Interreg North Sea region co-funded project)

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