Water & Fish: 8th International Conference

The 8th Water & Fish International Conference will take place again in 2018 in the University of Belgrade, Serbia, in the Faculty of Agriculture. According to the conference title, the main topics are focused on water, as organisms’ habitat, as well as on аquatic organisms, primarily fish. This year, we will focus on biosecurity of aquatic organisms, and will also remain open to all other topics that you suggest through your conference presentation papers or poster contributions. A number of invited speakers will discuss a range of topics in relation to the overall theme of the event.

8th Annual Social Marketing Conference

This 8th Annual Social Marketing Conference, Co-Creating Change, brings leaders and researchers in health and sustainable change in public and voluntary sectors together with world renowned social marketing experts from Canada, Australia, Europe and Ireland. This conference will explore in greater detail how empowered citizens and communities can co-create and foster sustainable behaviour change.

APECS Online Conference 2018

The Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS) is proud to announce the 4th annual APECS International Online Conference to be live-streamed on 16 May 2018. This year’s theme, “Butterfly Effect: Small Changes, Big Impact,” challenges polar scientists to communicate the impacts of changes occurring in and connected to polar and alpine regions, including their environment, local communities, science methods, and policy and education.

Fourth Xiamen Symposium on Marine Environmental Sciences

The fourth iteration of the Xiamen Symposium on Marine Environmental Sciences will be held in Xiamen from January 6th to 9th, 2019. The symposium will consist of different, interconnected sessions covering physical oceanography, marine biogeochemistry, biological oceanography, and marine ecotoxicology along with workshops for emerging topics in marine environmental sciences.

More information on the event will follow in the coming months.

Accelerating Blue Growth through Marine and Maritime Knowledge Transfer

The COLUMBUS project has demonstrated how it is possible to capitalise on the European Commission’s significant investment in marine and maritime research by ensuring accessibility and uptake of research Knowledge Outputs by end-users: policy, industry, science and wider society. This has been achieved by developing and applying a specifically tailored process to identify, analyse and transfer promising outputs from funded research projects.

Gordon Research Conferences on Ocean Biogeochemistry

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology will host the 2018 Biogeochemistry of Marine Interfaces conference from 8-13 July. 

The 2018 GRC on Ocean Biogeochemistry will focus on processes that occur at and between marine interfaces. Oral and poster presentations and discussions will address, without being limited to, biogeochemical fluxes between the atmosphere and the ocean; between the surface, intermediate, and deep waters; and between the deep ocean, the seafloor and the sub-seafloor. Socio-economic aspects will also be considered.