Apply for the DTO BioFlow Grant for Marine Biodiversity Data Holders

“Integration of biodiversity monitoring data into the Digital Twin Ocean”, also known as DTO-BioFlow, a project of the Horizon Europe, is now offering a grant of up to EUR 60,000 for the right organisation who can provide support for marine biodiversity data. 

Those who are eligible able for the grant must be able to contribute to the DTO-BioFlow project by being able to establish ingestion pipelines to the EU DTO – improving and accelerating the biodiversity data flow. Through receiving the Financial Support to Third Parties (FSTP) grant, the selected applicants will be able to receive funding for resources and a data workshop. 

In short

Who: Horizon Europe Project’s DTO-BioFlow

Type of grant: Financial Support to Third Parties grant (FSTP)

Size: up to EUR 60,000

Who can apply: institutions, networks, universities NGOs etc. 


Deadline: 17 January 2024

For questions about this article, please contact:
Ekaterina Kalashnikova, Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies

Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies
Host of the first permanent Ocean Observatory focused on multi-ecosystem time series research in Africa, the Bazaruto Center for Scientific Studies (BCSS) was established in 2017 as in independent, non-profit organisation with a mission to protect and support the fragile ecosystems of the Bazaruto Archipelago, Mozambique. The research station is located on Benguerra Island, off the coast of Mozambique.

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