WATERLINE Project Launches in Malta

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Naomi Timmer presented during the kick off meeting of the WATERLINE consortium a workshop intercultural communication in Malta on 6 December. Naomi addressed how to better understand culture and the human factor of working in water and beyond. “We’re here to connect future learning environments in research & innovations, engaging stakeholders to empower skills of professionals in challenging learning conditions,” said Naomi.

WATERLINE aims to create a European Digital Water Higher Education Institution (HEI) Alliance, based on the quadruple helix model of innovation, leading to the development of the Alliance’s research, educational and entrepreneurship capacities. This can leverage resources required for a transformative structural and sustainable learning and innovation environment.

Visit the WATERLINE website for more information.

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