Transmitting Science offers a wide range of courses related to the life sciences, which includes natura history science topics. They are predominantly held in Barcelona, Spain.
The 5th edition of the DEST "Basics of Taxonomy: describing, illustrating and communicating biodiversity" course will take place form 10 to 21 October at the Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences in Kristineberg, Sweden.
The following topics will be covered:
The open e-IRG Workshop "Progress of the e-Infrastructure Commons: integration and interoperability - funding and revenue models" under the auspices of the Dutch EU Presidency of the European Union will take place on 9 (afternoon) and 10 March (morning) 2016.
The Research Executive Agency (REA), in cooperation with the EC's DG for Communications Networks, Content & Technology, is organising an Information Day on the calls for proposals to be launched in 2016 by the Future and Emerging Technologies Open (FET Open) and the topic ‘Emerging themes and communities’ of the FET Proactive schemes.
BeWiSe - Belgian Women in Science - is organising a workshop to discuss the integration of gender in research & innovation projects.
BeWiSe is a Belgian non-profit organisation (asbl-vzw) supporting the position of women in science, both in public and private sectors, and striving to improve the communication among women in the Belgian and European scientific community.
Duna-Ipoly National Park Directorate and WWF Hungary are pleased to announce their upcoming international workshop on best practices in invasive plant management within the Natura 2000 network and protected areas that will be held in Budapest, Hungary, from 19 to 21 April 2016.
The CETAF Legislation and Regulations Group, which has just released a 74-pages Code of Conduct & Best Practices for Access & Beneift-Sharing, is proposing an ABS Workshop, held in Munich on the 24th February.
This course is an intensive field research courses in Spain. It incorporate lectures, field practices and an independent research project onsite.
The course is spread over two weeks and structured into three modules:
- The first module introduces students to field methods and data analysis and includes 4 full days of theoretical and practical lessons in both the field
and lab. Students will learn the latest techniques in field methodologies and will use the most recent analytical and instrumental tools.