News: 2020

Arctic_nov2019

26.3.2020 : The Arctic Science Summit Week - Updated Programme

The Arctic Science Summit Week 2020 will be held online from 27 March to 2 April 2020. Here you can find some useful information on the event and how to join different parts.

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26.3.2020 : Applications to 45 COST actions now open

The purpose of COST actions is to build up a thematic international research and innovation networks. Participants in COST actions can exchange research results through meetings and conferences, attend training and go on short term scientific missions.

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11.3.2020 : The Arctic Science Summit Week Moves to Online Only

In the aftermath of the declaration of a “state of emergency” in Iceland (6 March), and in close cooperation and consultation with the government authorities in Iceland, following the recommendations of World Health Organization, and in the understanding that a growing number of States and organizations worldwide are voluntarily issuing bans on “non-essential” travel, the ASSW2020 organizers have decided that the Arctic Science Summit Week 2020 will be held only online. To be 100% clear – there will be no in-person ASSW2020 meeting in Akureyri and we advise you to change your travel reservations and plans accordingly.

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14.2.2020 : The Arctic Science Summit Week

The Arctic Science Summit Week (ASSW) is an annual gathering of international organizations that have in common the support and encouragement of research in the Arctic. The ASSW2020 will be held in Akureyri on March 27 - April 2, 2020.

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6.2.2020 : Access to Nanobiotechnology Laboratory

The European Commission has opened its JRC Nanobiotechnology Laboratory for Training and Capacity Building to people working in academia, research organisations and in small and medium sizes enterprises (SMEs). The call deadline is 16 March 2020. 

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20.1.2020 : Allocation from the Icelandic Research Fund for the financial year 2020

The Board of The Icelandic Research Fund has completed the allocation of grants for new research projects for 2020. A total of 382 valid applications were received by the Research Fund, 55 of which were funded, or about 14%.

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