WaveLinks is a new platform that maps the research and innovation landscape of the Mission Ocean, fosters collaborations between projects and reinforces links between academia, industry and society. This exciting new platform has been developed by partners from PREP4BLUE, BlueMission AA and Blue Mission Banos!
The main objective of WaveLinks is to ensure that valuable insights and discoveries from EU funded research are findable and have chance to become catalysts for innovation and progress.
Who is it for?
Whether you are part of a project related to the Mission Ocean, pledged to the Mission Ocean charter, work in the blue area or are simply interested in the blue domain, this application is for you and can help you to share knowledge and create real impact in restoring our oceans.
WaveLinks focus on providing you an effortless experience when searching for the latest knowledge and making links between academia, industry, policy and society.
Decide what you want to see – With a personalised dashboard, you are able to select the information that is most relevant to you so that you are up to date in your interest field
Powerful searches – You can use long texts to find what you are looking for, while still being able to use filters and keywords.
Save your interests – Find an interesting and want to save it for later? Think you’ve found your next project partner? Just use the save button to not lose any of these information
Get suggestions – According to what you save in your profile the app will suggest some more projects, events or people you might be interested in. We also send you notification so that you don’t miss anything.
Co-design – Just by clicking on a thumbs up or down button, your feedback will help us to improve the app and make sure each search and suggestion gives you valuable information
PREP4BLUE partners are delighted to present this first version of WaveLinks. Over the course of the project we will work with you to evolve this platform and make it even better. WaveLinks is free to use, so start exploring today at WaveLinks.eu