CMMI presents work to deputy ministry official

The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) recently welcomed Demos Perikleous, Research and Innovation Officer from the Deputy Ministry of Research, Innovation and Digital Policy, at its premises.

Following a presentation from CMMI’s CEO, Zacharias Siokouros, the discussion focused on the implementation of CMMI-MaRITeC-X Teaming project, for which CMMI receives funding from both the European Commission and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus.

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“The CMMI team illustrated the economic, social and environmental impact generated by the Institute and highlighted its strategic vision for the future, which is to perform research that matters today, but always with the future in mind,” it said on its LinkedIn.

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