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Ocean Life: open Speed-Counciling Science Clinique

Ocean Life: open Speed-Counciling Science Clinique

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Web-site = https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/event/open-science-clinique-support-un-sdg14

In support of UN Sustainable Development Goal 14 (#SDG14) "Life below water"The Ocean Conference in New York 5-9 July, and the upcoming EU Conference "Our Ocean", projects FOSTER+SeaCHANGECOLUMBUS and Marie Curie Alumni Association are running an Open Science Clinique of Speed-Counciling for young researchers.

WHY DOES THE CLINIQUE SUPPORT UN #SGD14 ?
The clinique focuses on how #OpenScience, #OceanLiteracy and #knowledgeexchange can boost impact of research and speed up solutions for #SocietalChallenges based on cutting edge research. Once way to achieve scale of concept, is to aspire to #OpenScience and #OceanLiteracy in every research grant that aims to contribute to #SDG14.

The Clinique will run 10am to 12pm each Friday between 28th July and 1 Sept. BOOK NOW!

WHO IS THE CLINIQUE FOR: 
young researchers seeking to apply Open Science, Ocean Literacy and Knowledge Transfer toward making their research grants (namely Marie Curie IF due 14 September) more competitive, and optimising the societal impact of their projects.

HOW WILL THE CONSULTATIONS PROCEED?
1: Book a 20 min slot below, and invite "ivo_grigorov, copenhagen" via your Skype account.
2: Be ready to present the full range of research outputs of your proposed idea in less than 3 min (no slides!!!)
3: We spend the rest 17 min looking for specific solutions.
We wont be able to fix everything, but hopefully you can get a start.

WHAT WILL ADVICE FOCUS ON?
a) Open Science as part of state of the art reproducible methodology
b) Open Science & Ocean Literacy as tools for outreach and IMPACT
c) Knowledge Transfer following COLUMBUS Project methodology

NO AVAILABLE SLOTS?
If all the slots are booked, feel free to contact Ivo Grigorov at ivgr@aqua.dtu.dk and request an additional Clinique in June/July (please use subject "Open Science Clinique request"). Follow-up session in July and August can be organised based on sufficient demand.

Alternatively, follow the FOSTER Open Science Calendar of events for webinars and local trainings coming up https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/events, or

Sit one of our e-learning courses here https://www.fosteropenscience.eu/courses

Good luck!

Date:
Friday, 28 July to Friday, 1 September, 2017, 10:00 - 00:00
Location City:
WEBINAR
 
EAA 2017

EAA 2017

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The European Association of Archeologists is the Association for all professional archaeologists of Europe and beyond. The EAA has had over 11 000 members on its database from 60 countries world-wide working in prehistory, classical, medieval and later archaeology. The EAA Communities help define important aspects of archaeological work through constant discussion and consultation with EAA membership at EAA annual conferences and EAA publications: the European Journal of Archaeology, Themes in Contemporary Archaeology monographs, and The European Archaeologists newsletter.

The EAA board, the municipality of Maastricht, the province of Limburg and the Kingdom of the Netherlands are delighted to welcome you at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (August 30th – September 2nd, 2017) in the historic town of Maastricht. The conference venue, MECC, offers perfect facilities for professional contacts and meeting friends. To stimulate discussion and dialogue, the Maastricht meeting will allow for experimentation in the session formats. Join us at this year’s meeting in the heart of Europe!

Web-site = http://www.eaa2017maastricht.nl/en

Programme = http://www.eaa2017maastricht.nl/program-at-a-glance_1

Registration = http://www.eaa2017maastricht.nl/registration

 

 

Date:
Wednesday, 30 August to Saturday, 2 September, 2017, 09:00 - 17:00
Location City:
Maastricht
Netherlands
 
 
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International Summer School on Technology Transfer in Life Sciences

International Summer School on Technology Transfer in Life Sciences

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Dates: 28th August to 1st September 2017

Venue: Medical Faculty at TU Dresden, Germany

The neglected starting point: Learn how to identify the innovative potential within your own research.

The theory: Get to know the options that you have to bring your inventions to the market and generate money with it.

Practice! - Develop your idea or invention towards a real innovation with the help of experts.

It's all about money:  Gain knowledge on potential funding opportunities.

Expert talk: Get in touch with successful founders of life science companies and find out about the challenges they faced – and how they solved them.

Jump start:  Focus on your idea. Don't worry about finances. Accommodation, travel and workshop costs are covered for all selected participants.

Further information: info@summerschool-dresden.de

Date:
Monday, 28 August to Friday, 1 September, 2017, 09:00 - 18:00
Location City:
Dresden
Germany
Germany
28/08 to 01/09/2017, 09:00 - 18:00
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
MARINCOMP International Sympoisum

MARINCOMP International Sympoisum

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The MARINCOMP FP7 MSCA Project will host an International Symposium on “Novel Composite Materials and Processes in Offshore Renewable Energy” on Friday 1st September 2017. The event will be hosted by the Centre for Marine & Renewable Energy (MaREI) at University College Cork, Ireland.

 

Speakers will include:

  • MARINCOMP Project Partners
  • Prof Ole Thybo Thomsen, University of Southampton
  • Prof Janice Barton, University of Southampton
  • Prof Dayakar Penumadu, University of Tennessee
  • Dr Peter Davies, IFREMER, Nantes
  • Dr Klaus Gleich, Johns Manville
  • Dr Jamie Goggins, NUI Galway
Date:
Friday, 1 September, 2017 - 10:00 - 18:00
Location City:
CORK
Ireland
01/09/2017 - 10:00 - 18:00