On November 16 - 17, the second Russian-British scientific seminar on the project "Development of Russian-British cooperation in the field of Arctic studies" was held on the basis of the NArFU.
The professor of the Norwegian National Institute of Occupational Health is leading the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, which received a mega-grant from the Government of the Russian Federation.
On November 17, Yngvar Thomassen's lecture "Is there a difference between man-made and naturally occurring pesticides produced by man and created by nature" within the framework of the scientific project "Development of methodology for monitoring, evaluation, forecasting and prevention of risks associated with biological transport of highly toxic pollutants that can accumulate in food chains and spread in Arctic ecosystems."
In the period from October 31 to November 3, employees of the Arctic Biomonitoring laboratory - Anna Kosheleva and Nikita Sobolev were trained at the Interregional Center for Advanced Studies (St. Petersburg) at the rate "Introduction of new methods in the laboratory in accordance with modern requirements."
Laboratory staff consisting of the head of the laboratory Sorokina T.Yu., head of the sector Aksenov A.S. and laboratory assistant-researcher Veselkina E.A took part in the expedition to Krasnoe settlement for work within the framework of the project in the Nenets Autonomous Area.
Employees of the NArFU discussed with the NAA's governor, Alexander Tsibulsky, the prospects for cooperation between the university and the region
The delegation of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V Lomonosov, which included employees of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory Tatyana Sorokina, Valery Chashchin, Andrei Aksenov, Elena Veselkina, as well as rector's assistant - Eugene Mikhailovsky, met with the governor of the Nenets Autonomous Area - Alexander Vitalievich Tsybulsky in the city of Naryan-Mar.
Employees of the Laboratory of Arctic Biomonitoring presented the first results of work at the conference EuroArctic - 2017
Employees of the Laboratory of Arctic Biomonitoring delivered plenary reports at the International Scientific and Practical Conference EuroArctic-2017, which was held for the 4th time in Naryan-Mar.
Employees of the NArFU's Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory will present their findings at the International Scientific and Practical Conference "EuroArctic - 2017" - "Preservation of the Environment in the Development of the Arctic".
Tamara Rumyantseva got acquainted with the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory and the Geological Museum of the NArFU
Today, on October 20, the university was once again visited by the General-Director of the Foundation for Support of Social Innovations "Volnoe Delo", Honorary Doctor of NArFU Tamara Rumyantseva.
The university management met with the delegation of the Finnmark County and discussed the prospects of Russian-Norwegian cooperation in science, education and culture.
On Monday, October 9, a delegation from the Hokkaido University Arctic Research Center (Japan) arrived at the NArFU. Foreign guests got acquainted with the potential of the Arkhangelsk University. The Arctic scientific research development and collaboration opportunities were discussed during this meeting. The Japanese delegation included the Director of the Center - Sei'ichi Saito, Professor Natsuhiko Otsuka, Associate Professor Fujio Onishi and Assistant Professor Evgeny Podolskiy.
The scientific and practical conference with the international participation of "A Problem of Maintaining Health and Ensuring Sanitary and Epidemiologic Wellbeing of the Population in the Arctic" took place on the 5th-6th of October in St. Petersburg. It was organized by Northwest Scientific Center of Hygiene and Public Health.
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