Building on UNESCO’s efforts to advance gender equity and previous related discussions held as part of the Ocean Decade Virtual Series, Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, jointly with L’Oréal Canada and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, will host a virtual event titled “Making waves for ocean science: Empowering Women Leaders in the Ocean Decade”.
Building on UNESCO’s efforts to mobilize the global community to engage women and girls in science, Fisheries and Ocean Canada and the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, jointly with the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission to host a virtual event titled “Making waves for the Ocean Science: Empowering women and girls in the Ocean Decade”.
The European Commission's new initiative on ocean literacy, the EU4Ocean Coalition, has organised their first workshop to be held from 24-25 September 2020. The theme of the workshop will be Designing Ocean Literacy action in Europe, and it will consist of a series of back-to-back smaller workshops, any one of which registrants may patrticipate in.
Due to precautionary measures related to COVID-19 outbreak, the Event will now be held on 22-23 October 2020.
Since 1998. Wageningen University has been hosting these fish immunology / vaccination workshops. This year's workshop (funded in part by CSIC) presents participants with a choice between pursuing practical, hands-on training or a more research-based session on the latest advances in transcriptome and genome analysis. All participants will take part in a mix of lectures, discussions and poster sessions.
The CATCH mission is to facilitate atmospheric chemistry research within the international community, with a focus on natural processes specific to cold regions of the Earth. Cold regions include areas which are seasonally or permanently covered by snow and ice, from the high mountains to the polar ice sheets and sea ice zones as well as regions where ice clouds that undergo chemistry are found.
EuroMarine is committed to supporting early career researchers and promote bottom-up science from the marine science community.