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2018.09.17

53rd European Marine Biology Symposium

The 53rd European Marine Biology Symposium will be organized in Ostend by the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ) and Lifewatch Belgium between September 17th and 21st, 2018.


EMBS53 aims at linking the history, the present and the future of (European) marine biology. This edition will be special, as 2018 is a celebration year in Ostend: the first marine station worldwide was inaugurated exactly 175 years ago, in Ostend, by professor Pierre-Joseph Van Beneden. 

During EMBS53, scientists can present their work, linked to the following themes:
 
  • Science from a historical perspective
  • Science in a modern era
  • Citizen science
  • Science in the North Sea
 

More information: 

 
2018.10.02

Sixth EMSEA Conference

The European Marine Science Educator Association (EMSEA) is having its 6th annual conference, hosted by Newcastle University. 


The conference provides delegates the opportunity to inspire and to be inspired by sharing innovative ocean literacy work with others. The overarching theme of the 2018 conference is the North Sea, The North East of England has a long proud maritime history, we aim to highlight this amazing history as well as showcase the many marine innovations the north east has created today.  
 
The Sub‐themes of the conference are 
 
  1. Citizen Science
  2. Marine Education and Ocean Literacy
  3. Blue Careers
  4. Transatlantic work 
  5. Open Session

More information: 

2018.11.06

Joint BONUS-HELCOM conference

The 7th BONUS Forum and the 8th HELCOM Baltic Sea Action Plan Stakeholder Conference held in association with OSPAR, ICES and JPI Oceans.


The Conference reinforces and develops the synergies of HELCOM and BONUS in association with key strategic actors in northern European regional seas – OSPAR, ICES, JPI Oceans – in efforts related to environmental policy and sustainable development of the northern European regional seas.

This conference features and discusses:
  • New research and innovation results
  • Future research priorities and needs from the policy perspective 
  • Next steps towards the joint Baltic Sea and North Sea research and innovation programme

 

More information: 

2018.11.21

EOOS conference

The first EOOS Conference  will bring together and connect diverse ocean observing stakeholder communities to discuss the future of a European Ocean Observation System (EOOS).


The Conference will build on progress made at the EOOS Forum, and will launch an EOOS strategy and implementation plan, together with a strong call to action.
 
It’s an opportunity to network with stakeholders across Europe and help shape the future European Ocean Observing System (EOOS).
 
More information: 
2018.12.04

CommOCEAN 2018

The third International Marine Science Communication Conference is to be held this December in Southampton, UK.


The event, which will take place in Southampton (UK) hosted by the National Oceanography Centre, will see hundreds of marine science communicators gather together to discuss the latest issues facing the ocean, and to develop their skills and techniques.
 
The conference aims to build a strong community of marine science communication professionals from across the world, and to inspire inventive and effective communication of marine science within the science community, to the wider public, and to governments and policy makers.
 
Registration is now open for the conference and abstracts can be submitted for oral and poster presentations, as well as expressions of interest in contributing to an exhibition of educational and outreach materials.
 
More information: 

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