viernes, 19 de enero de 2018
Sustaining iconic diadromous fishes: The potential and pitfalls of cultivation.
June 17-20th, 2018. Arendal (Norway). www.nmbu.no/go/impress2018
The aim of the conference is to bring together scientists and various stakeholders to discuss the costs and benefits of cultivation for stocking purposes of wild salmon, eel and sturgeon, and how to improve the quality of future cultivation programs. Particular focus will be given to three iconic diadromous fish species; eel, salmon, and sturgeon, with the additional aim to gather professionals across these species, to exchange perspectives and lessons learned. The conference is multidisciplinary and welcome applied and basic contributions from biological sciences, ecology, and social sciences as well as from practitioners. There will be a mix of invited speakers and oral sessions based on abstract submissions.
sábado, 6 de enero de 2018
The Doctoral Programme in Biodiversity, Genetics and Evolution (BIODIV), invites applications for 12 scholarships for the 2017-18 academic year.
Funded by FCT – Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, BIODIV is organized by the two largest Portuguese universities - University of Porto and the University of Lisbon - in partnership with CIBIO-InBIO (Research Center in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources/ Associate Laboratory) and cE3cCentre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes).
The PhD Programme offers a variety of specialization options and the opportunity to work with leading scientists in an interdisciplinary research environment.
The call for applications is open between the 29 December 2017 and 20 January, 2018.
Information about the programme and on ‘How to apply’ is available at BIODIV’s website.