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.
It is a great pleasure to announce the Summer School “Arctic Law” to be held on 12-18th of July 2020 in the Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Arkhangelsk, Russia.
Arkhangelsk - Tele2, an alternative mobile operator, has established a scholarship program for students of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after MV Lomonosov. Students studying the impact of digital technology on the development of the nort
Arkhangelsk - Tele2, an alternative mobile operator, has established a scholarship program for students of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after MV Lomonosov. Students studying the impact of digital technology on the development of the northern territories can apply for grants of up to 100,000 rubles.
The agreement was signed by the rector of NArFU Elena Kudryashova and the director of the Arkhangelsk branch of T2 Mobile Alexander Kulba. The main goal of the agreement is mutually beneficial cooperation between the university and T2 Mobile, aimed at improving the quality of education, the development of scientific research and cultural activities.
In the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, traditional whaling has been preserved. During the expeditionary work, employees of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory visited the village of Uelkal in early August, whose indigenous inhabitants are engaged in the extraction of sea animals.
Fishing for salmon species is a very important element in Arctic life. Pacific salmon everywhere spawn in the rivers of the basin of the North Pacific Ocean from the Bering Strait along the Asian coast to North Korea and along the North American coast to California.
The Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory has brought together chemists, biologists, doctors, lawyers from all over the world to monitor, evaluate, predict and prevent the risks associated with the spread of highly toxic pollutants in the Arctic ecosystems.
An employee of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory Chukmasov Pavel, as part of a group of zoologists, took part in the expedition of the 2nd stage of the Transarctic 2019 at the RV “Mikhail Somov” from May 15 to June 14, 2019.
Head of the Ural Territorial Administration of the Russian Ministry of Education and Science Igor Manzhurov visited NArFU. Within the framework of his visit, a meeting was held with the leadership of the university, at which joint research of NArFU and FRCCRA, the use of the scientific infrastructure of the university during joint work were discussed.
The corresponding agreement was signed by the vice-rector of NArFU for international cooperation Konstantin Zaikov and the director of the Arctic Research Center of Hokkaido University Yasushi Fukamachi.
Within the framework of the Arctic Science Week, a session entitled “Arctic Law: Modern Legal Regulation, Training and Research” was held.
The panel discussion included a dialogue on the formation of the Arctic law as a separate group of legal norms. They discussed current challenges in the field of legal regulation in the Arctic, the mechanisms and tools for the development of Arctic law, the integration of traditions and innovations, the training of specialists in the field of Arctic law, the improvement of legal mechanisms for the protection of the rights of indigenous peoples of the Arctic, the protection of health of northerners and other issues.
The materials of the conference "Arctic Biomonitoring " which was held at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, November 26-27, 2018. The collection of materials released by IOP Publishing (UK) in the online journal IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. This journal is indexed in leading scientific databases such as Scopus and the Web of Science.
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