RIGA - Ex-president Vaira Vike-Freiberga and the Science Academy of Latvia President Ojars Sparitis will this Wednesday announce the start of the Baltic Sea region's science cooperation project.
Scientists from Latvia and their colleagues from other countries of the Baltic Sea region plan to step up and deepen their cooperation by starting work on a new project, the Baltic Sea region's innovation platform.
The cooperation project will be launched with the conference "Innovation: Power of the 21st Century", discussion forums and a creative innovation camp of the project Smart-up Baltic Sea Region, which will take place in Riga from February 24 to 26.
Speakers at the conference will include renowned scientists and researchers from Latvia and foreign countries, representatives of the European Commission, the EU Investment bank, leaders of Scientific Academies and policy makers.
The conference on the launch of the project will take place this Wednesday, February 5, at House of Nature of the University of Latvia.