This symposium aims to highlight the latest research on marine mussels (Mytilus sp.) from a multidisciplinary perspective, including studies from the fields of genomics, proteomics, immunology, physiology, ecology, ecotoxicology and aquaculture among others. Marine mussels represent an excellent study system in evolutionary biology, ecology, ecotoxicology, climate change and more importantly, they are a key species in aquaculture, being commercialised worldwide.
The 4th International Symposium will bring together experts from around the world to better understand climate impacts on ocean ecosystems – and how to respond.
The Symposium will:
- Highlight the latest information on how oceans are changing, what is at risk and how to respond;
- Identify key knowledge gaps;
- Promote collaborations; and
- Stimulate the next generation of science and actions
The pulse trawl is a fishing gear that uses electrical pulses to catch target species such as sole and shrimp. The pulse trawl is considered by ICES and STECF to be a more sustainable alternative to the traditional beam trawl due to reduced fuel consumption, higher selectivity for sole and reduced bottom impact. In contrast to the conventional beam trawl which uses tickler chains to mechanically stimulate target species from the seabed, the pulse trawl consists of a beam (or wing) fixed with rubber-coated cables containing electrodes.
The Seas, Rivers, Islands and Coastal Areas Intergroup organises a discussion on offshore geohazard on 22 June 2017 at the European Parliament in Room ASP 3 H 1.
Offshore geohazards impede the development of blue economy and pose threats to ecosystem functioning. While resource exploration moves further offshore, it is essential to improve the tools and knowledge for identifying risks and set out a strategy for hazard mitigation.
After Almería-Spain in 2002, Kunming-China in 2005, Galway - Ireland in 2008, Halifax–Canada in 2011 and Sydney-Australia in 2014, the committee presiding the International Society of Applied Phycology (http://www.appliedphycologysoc.org/) decided to trust a scientific team of western France to organize the 6th congress of the society in Nantes at La Cité Nantes Events Center from June 18th to 23rd 2017. Indeed, with over 300 people working in its universities and research centers and more than 100 businesses, W
The Biscay Bay Environmental Specimen Bank (BBEBB) will host in Bilbao during the first days of October 2017 the 4th International Conference on Environmental Specimen Banks (ESBs). BBEBB is located in the Plentzia Marine Station (PiE-UPV/EHU) of the University of the Basque Country.
Previous meetings were held in Nancy (2015), Shanghai (2013), Berlin (2010), Matsuyama (2009) and Charleston (2005).
This conference, taking place in Gothenburg, Sweden, is an international event on the environmental impact of shipping and its importance within policy, marine spatial planning and the maritime transport sectors.
The event will cover many topic, the most important ones being:
The ISBS 2018 will be held from 25 to 29 May 2018. It will be hosted by the Institute for Marine Biology Biotechnology and Aquaculture, Hellenic Centre for Marine Research.
The meeting ECBS 2017 brings together chemical biology researchers from screening and drug discovery, systems biology and therapeutic innovation. It builds on the success at the 5th ICBS 2016 in Madison, WI and the 4th ICBS/ECBS 2015 joint meeting in Berlin and will enable the exchange of research and professional collaboration and drive important discoveries in chemical biology. The program features contributions from European scientists and part of the presentations will be selected from the submitted abstracts.
The Institute of Technology Carlow, in collaboration with the Association of Applied Biologists, and the Organising Committee of the 3rd International Symposium on Nematodes as Environmental Bioindicators, are delighted to invite colleagues to participate in this event, which will take place on 28th and 29th of June 2017 at the Institute's Main Campus.