Research assistant of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory, PhD student of the Laboratory of Evolutionary Ecology and Genomics of Hydrobionts at the Institute for Comprehensive Research of the Arctic of the Federal Research Center for Comprehensive Research of the Arctic Dmitry Kotsur won a grant "Young Scientists of Pomorie" with the project "Research of the impact of polychlorinated biphenyls on the reproductive system of fish Danio rerio".
Last week, upon the invitation from the University of Oxford, the researchers at NArFU contributed to Oxford University Polar Forum, whose recent series of seminars was devoted to the Russian Arctic.
Last week, NArFU employees, at the invitation of professors from the University of Oxford, took part in the Oxford University Polar Forum, the topic of which this semester was the Russian Arctic.
On March 11, 2021, in Dudinka (Krasnoyarsk Region), a meeting was held between the leaders of the Taymyr indigenous communities and representatives of the Arctic Development Project Officeduring which the results of the study of fish samples from the Norilo-Pyasinsk water system were announced.
On October 27-28, 2020, the II International Conference "Biomonitoring in the Arctic" was held at NArFU. The main topics of the event were: industrial development of the Arctic and preservation of biodiversity, traditional and modern methods of biomonitoring research, medical and environmental well-being of the population of the region, legal regulation of environmental safety.
International research project NDI Think Tank has recently hosted an online NDI Policy Brief Training day, a short hands-on training on writing policy briefs and recommendations intended for authorities and spanning the four core topics of the NDI (Transport and Logistics, Environment, Health and Social Welfare, and Culture) from the perspective of effective research-based communication.
Dear Colleagues! In connection with the spread of COVID-19 in Russia and the world, the organizing committee of the international conference " Arctic Biomonitoring - 2020", taking into account the recommendations of the World Health Organization, orders of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, informs that the conference will be held online on the Zoom platform .
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Since June 28, scientists have been working in Norilsk, where an oil spill occurred as a result of the accident. Their task is to find out how this emergency can affect the way of life and traditional crafts of the indigenous peoples living in that part of the Taimyr Peninsula.
Yulia Varakina, engineer of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, postgraduate student of the Department of Biology, Ecology and Biotechnology of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University, won a grant from the UMNIK Innovation Promotion Foundation in the field of Biotechnology. During the implementation of the project, research and development work will be carried out on the topic "Development of a certified reference material for biomaterial validation of the method for determining lipophilic contaminants in fish and seafood."
The main goal of the event is to determine the main directions for the development of school feeding technologies, including for students living in the Arctic region, based on the study of physiological, genetic and biophysical characteristics of adolescent metabolism and psycho-emotional preferences in nutrition.
Yulia Varakina, engineer of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, postgraduate student of the Department of Biology, Ecology and Biotechnology of NArFU named after MV Lomonosov, was among the winners of the final of the UMNIK grant program of the Fund for the Promotion of Innovations (FPI).
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