Conference

2nd International Marine Science Communication Conference 'CommOCEAN'

CommOCEAN as the International Marine Science Communication Conference, was launched by the European Marine Board Communications Panel (EMBCP) and organized in the first instance by its Portuguese partners (CIIMAR, Ciencia Viva) in Porto in 2014. It focuses on a target audience of young marine scientists and communicators who want to be trained in science communication skills. By using examples from ocean science, the Bruges-Ostend CommOCEAN event is a unique opportunity to make a major leap forward in communicating your ocean knowledge.

Novel foods - research, innovation and sustainability, jellyfish as a resource

The event is to be held in October 2015 at the International EXPO in Milan, Italy. The aim of the event is to address the sustainable supply of food, including sustainable resources from the oceans, by gathering existing information in terms of international research and opportunities for the exploitation of new marine resource.

Beyond boundaries: next generation modelling

The 8th European Conference on Ecological Modelling to be held in October 2014 will host keynote talks on the aspects, methodologies and applications of the ecological modelling field. Over 200 contributors will investigate the capacity to assess, model and predict ecological responses to multiple forcing, including human activity and climatic changes, and will work towards integrating African science into this area.

European Ecosystem Services Conference

The European Ecosystem Services 2016 conference theme 'Helping nature to help us' focuses on the important role that healthy ecosystems play in supporting human well-being and the protection of nature.

This conference will be the biggest European event in 2016 that links science, policy and practice on ecosystem services and natural capital. It will have a strong focus on practice and implementation.

You are invited to join to learn from and share your experiences from business, land management, policy and local practice!

Campus do Mar International Science Conference 2016 'Oceans: Future sustainability challenges'

The CdM ISC'16 is the second science conference organized by the CdM. This 2-days event provides a forum for presenting and discussing new research developments in marine science, technology and management. The theme of the conference, "Oceans: Future sustainability challenges", reflects the growing understanding of the importance of ocean sustainability in crucial areas for human wellbeing, namely in the environmental, economic and social dimensions.