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Upcoming events

2018.01.24

COLUMBUS Annual Conference

 The conference will bring together partners, collaborators and interested parties to highlight Blue Knowledge Transfer case studies and lessons learned through the work performed by the COLUMBUS project. 


The event will also host the launch of the COLUMBUS Knowledge Transfer handbook and recomendations for European and national funding agencies to embed Knowledge Transfer systems in current and future funding mechanims. Training on the COLUMBUS Knowledge Transfer methodology will be offered and will be targeted towards scientists and project managers. 

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2018.03.08

EOOS Forum

The European Ocean Observing System (EOOS) forum will mark the launch of the EOOS strategy, coming after an open stakeholder consultation completed in 2017.


EOOS is a coordinating framework designed to align and integrate Europe’s ocean observing capacity, promote a systematic and collaborative approach to collecting information on the state and variability of our seas, and underpin sustainable management of the marine environment and its resources.

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2018.05.31

European Maritime Day

The European Maritime Day (EMD) is the annual meeting point for Europe’s maritime community to network, discuss and forge joint action. 


EMD is celebrated annually across Europe at the end of May to raise the visibility of maritime sectors and support an integrated approach to maritime affairs.The EMD 2018 conference and exhibition will take place on 31 May and 1 June 2018 in Burgas, Bulgaria.

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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
 

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