Expertise

EuroOcean InfoBases - Request for Action

EurOcean is seeking to further solidify the ties between marine networks around Europe, by adding further details to its established, extensive network. EurOcean requests that any interested individual who is either aware of, or is involved in, a European marine infrastructure not featured in their database, to send the details on to EurOcean to be added to it. Alongside this, it would be desirable for individuals to update the information on institutions already included in the database if some of the information is outdated.

EASME: Experts Needed

The Executive Agency for SMEs (EASME) platform is seeking experts in the area of blue economy to aid in selecting proposals for funding under the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF). Specifically, EASME are seeking experts in the following areas:

- Innovation, SME business development or Maritime Clusters

- Marine Litter or Marine Ecosystem Restoration

- Cooperation with non-EU countries in the Mediterranean or Community-Led Local Development

Third EMBRIC Training Call

EMBRIC have recently announced their third training call, the aim of which is to provide organising parties of training opportunities an extra incentive and financial support to organise, host and participate in knowledge exchange, best practice and technology transfer in marine biotechnology & aquaculture innovation. 

Third EMBRIC Training Call

EMBRIC have recently announced their third training call, the aim of which is to provide organising parties of training opportunities an extra incentive and financial support to organise, host and participate in knowledge exchange, best practice and technology transfer in marine biotechnology & aquaculture innovation. 

Call for 2018 SCOR Visiting Scholars

SCOR began a program in 2009 to enlist the services of ocean scientists from the SCOR community, from both developed and developing countries, to teach short courses and to provide more extended on-site education and mentorship at developing country institutions.  This program is open to any scientist who has time available to spend teaching and mentoring in a developing country (see list here). The scholarships are not intended to conduct joint research, although such research may develop as an outcome of a visit.

Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR) 2019 - Call for Inputs

As part of its outreach efforts, the Independent Group of Scientists (IGS) is soliciting inputs from a diverse group of scientific and non-scientific communities, from developed and developing countries and regions, in the form of publications supported by short abstracts or descriptions of case studies for the Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR).