EuroMarine member organisation Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences (IOPAN) and the European Marine Board Communications Panel have announced the opening of registrations and abstract submissions for the 4th International Marine Science Communication Conference (CommOCEAN 2020).
The 7th edition of the International conference on Time Series and Forecasting (ITISE 2021), which will take place in Gran Canaria (Spain) in April 7th-9th, 2021.
The Marine Biotechnology & Aquaculture (MBA) Research Group from CESAM and the Mass Spectrometry Centre from the University of Aveiro have announced the 2nd edition of the Conference Lipids in the Ocean, that will be held at University of Aveiro from 17-19 of November 2020. The event is organized by Professor Rosário Domingues from CESAM.
The objective of the session is to bring private bodies responsible for the offshore renewables industry together with public authorities to begin a conversation on barriers to a more integrated approach to ocean observation and how to overcome them.
To register for this webinar, please follow the link above.
The function of the IUCN World Conservation Congress is to set priorities and drive conservation and sustainable development action. IUCN’s 1300+ government, civil society and indigenous peoples’ Member organisations vote on major issues, an action which guides humanity’s relationship with our planet for the decades ahead.
The 55th European Marine Biology Symposium, a keystone event in the field of marine biology, will be held at the University of Gdańsk (UG), in Poland. Originally scheduled for August 2020, the event has been postponed to the summer/autumn of 2021. The current date listed above is only a placeholder; the actual dates will be announced once they are confirmed.
The International Conference for Young Marine Researchers (ICYMARE) is completely organized by young volunteers and offers a powerful and inspiring international set-up for an excellent network opportunity and some first conference experience for early career researchers. This year's event will consist of lots of talks and posters organized in several scientific sessions. These sessions cover a broad variety of topics all areas of marine research.
In alignment with the 2020 UN Ocean Conference theme "Scaling up ocean action based on science and innovation for the implementation of Goal 14: stocktaking, partnerships and solutions", and with the aim of giving youth the opportunity to contribute for the implementation of this important SDG, the Governments of Portugal and Kenya will host the Ocean Youth Forum, organized by the Sustainable Ocean Allia
In light of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and growing public health concerns, the 2020 United Nations Ocean Conference has been postponed.
Co-hosts of the Conference Kenya and Portugal, in consultation with the General Assembly, will decide on possible future dates for the Conference, including timelines for the preparatory process.