April 8, 2019 in St. Petersburg, in the framework of the International Forum “The Arctic — the Territory of Dialogue”, the Youth Day was held. The forum from the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory was attended by engineers Yulia Varakina, Anna Trofimova and laboratory researcher Pavel Chukmasov.
The Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory invites to undergo training in the advanced training program "Modern Analytical Methods in Quantitative Chemical Analysis" in the period from March 11 to March 15, 2019
The aim of the program is to improve students competencies necessary for professional activity in the field of research and development, in terms of applying modern analytical methods of quantitative chemical analysis in analyzing samples of objects of natural and anthropogenic genesis.
The main topics of the First International Conference “Arctic Biomonitoring ”, which takes place at the university from 26 to 27 November, were the impact of industrial exploration of the northern latitudes on the environment, medical and ecological well-being of people and legal regulation in these areas. Among the speakers of the event are leading scientists from Russia and the world.
It is a great pleasure to announce the International Conference on Arctic Biomonitoring held on 26-27 November, 2018 in Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Arkhangelsk, Russia. The event is supported by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
Researchers from four continents on the Terra Nova expedition will pass through three seas — the White, the Barents and the Karsky — and collect unique data from the east coast of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago. The solemn dispatch of the expedition took place on the square in front of the main building of the university.
NArFU young scientists will receive grants from the Russian Science Foundation for the Presidential Program of Research Projects
The Russian Science Foundation announced the results of grant competitions for the “Conducting research by research teams under the guidance of young scientists” and “Conducting initiative research by young scientists” of the Presidential program of research projects. Among the winners are three representatives of NArFU.
Nikita Sobolev received the prize for the best poster report from the Norwegian Chemical Society at the IX Conference on Spectrochemistry in Plasma
Junior researcher at the arctic biomonitoring laboratory of NArFU Nikita Sobolev took part in the 9th Conference on Spectrochemistry in Plasma (9TH Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry) organized by the leading scientist of the Laboratory of Arctic Biomonitoring Ingvar Tomassen.
The arctic biomonitoring laboratory of NArFU has been accredited to the National System. This allows you to conduct research work not only in the scientific interests of the university, but also in the framework of work on external orders.
Representatives of the Nenets Autonomous Region, headed by the Acting Governor Alexander Tsybulsky, on April 29 got acquainted with the research infrastructure of the university and discussed prospects for cooperation with the leadership of the university.
«This laboratory has prospects for expanding the scope of research» - Grigory Trubnikov assessed the laboratory of Arctic biomonitoring in NArFU
Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Grigory Trubnikov visited the new and updated NArFU research centers. The guest was particularly impressed work of the staff of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory.
Employees of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory presented a report at the conference "Development of the UK-Russian Arctic Research and Collaboration Network"
Employees of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory , engineers Pesiakova Anastasia and Elena Gusakova took part in the conference of the project "Development of the UK-Russian Arctic Research and Collaboration Network", which was held on the basis of the NArFU from March 1 to 3.
Researchers of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory of the NArFU are studying the ways of pollutants transferring to the organism of the far north inhabitants. These toxicants are transmitted to humans through the consumption of migratory species of birds, fish and animals.
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