Yngvar Thomassen will give an open lecture - Global Warming and Climate Change's Impact on Human Health
Professor of the National Institute of Occupational Health (Oslo, Norway) and leading scientist of the mega-project of the NArFU on the development of methodology for biological monitoring of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation Yngvar Thomassen will give an open lecture - Global Warming and Climate Change's Impact on Human Health.
On 15 February 2018 NArFU Intellectual Center hosted the Interregional Youth Conference “Geoenvironmental Problems of the European North and the Arctic” held in the framework of the traditional Days of the Arctic.
On 15—28 February the University is hosting the traditional Days of the Arctic. This year the celebrations are to be held not only within the hospitable walls of NArFU but will also extend abroad. The event is co-coordinated by the Russian Arctic National Park.
Northern Arctic Federal University (NArFU) invites international students from the North2North partner institutions to apply for an exchange semester during the academic year 2018/2019 within North2North academic mobility programme.
NArFU invites students and young researchers to participate in the IX International Youth Scientific and Practical School "High Performance Computing Using GRID Systems", which will take place from February 5th, 2018 to February 10th, 2018.
From 24th till 30th September 2017 the ELA Project held its second six-day intensive training internship in Belgium to introduce the partners to the main European institutions and agencies engaging in initiatives in education and policy making, improve legal skills of institutional project managers, modular team leaders and researchers and to reflect upon the different education systems and teacher training programmes.
On October 3 and 4 NArFU became a venue for the meeting of the coordinators of the “Bachelor of Circumpolar Studies” programme, being realized within a network including universities of the North-West Russia and Nord University (Bodø, Norway).
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.
The leading scientist of the Arctic Biomonitoring Laboratory made a speech at the scientific and practical conference "Problems of Maintaining Health and Support of Sanitary and Epidemiologic Wellbeing of the Population in the Arctic", which took place on October 5-6 in St. Petersburg.
The 7th MARPART conference “Competence development within maritime emergency preparedness” was arranged in Nuuk, Greenland as a part of the MARPART projects. It served as a meeting place for academia, emergency professional and governmental bodies and institutions that work in the area of maritime preparedness and emergency management.
The kick-off seminar of the project “Development of the UK-Russia Arctic Research and Collaboration Network” was organized as a side-event of UArctic Rectors Forum and International Conference “Conversations from the North” in Aberdeen.
Participants of the Barents summer school got acquainted with the project on the study of the transfer of PCBs in Arctic trophic chains
In the period of August 21st -25th, the IV Barents School for graduate students from 5 countries is held on the basis of NArFU: China, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland and Russia. Two participants of the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, two PhD students of the "Ecology" direction: Pesyakova Anastasia and Elena Gusakova, took part as participants.
This and other questions related to the factors that influence the spread of pollutants in the environment were answered by Professor Yngvar Thomassen in the second lecture, which was held within the framework of the summer Barents school for postgraduate students.
Professor Thomassen, a Leading scientist at the Arctic biomonitoring laboratory, NArFU, spoke at the Barents Summer School for PhD students with a lecture entitled "Global Warming and Climate Change".
Within the framework of the IV International Summer School of Graduate Students of the Barents Euro-Arctic Region, Professor, Leading scientist of Arctic biomonitoring laboratory of NArFU Yngvar Thomassen made a presentation. He spoke about why it is important to conduct biological monitoring in the Arctic region.
At the IV International Summer School of PhD students in the Barents Region, topical issues of the Arctic development are discussed
The annual Barents PhD School International Summer School is held from 21st to 25th of August within the framework of the project on academic cooperation in the Barents region. This year, the school grounds became NArFU and NSMU.