Free online One Health course organised by the Center for One Health Research of the University of Alaska Fairbanks will start on October 5, 2020
The Center for One Health Research (COHR) of the University of Alaska Fairbanks has been working hard to make learning about One Health accessible to interested people worldwide. The course is offered online for free and it will start on October 5, 2020. The One Health course is open for enrollment now.
The UArctic Congress, originally planned for October 2020, will now take place May 15-18, 2021, in Reykjavik, Iceland in conjunction with the Arctic Council Ministerial meeting (May 19-20).
Understanding and Responding to Global Health Security Risks from Microbial Threats in the Arctic: Proceedings of a Workshop
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine in collaboration with the InterAcademy Partnership and the European Academies Science Advisory Committee held a workshop in November 2019 to bring together researchers and public health officials from different countries and across several relevant disciplines to explore what is known, and what critical knowledge gaps remain, regarding existing and possible future risks of harmful infectious agents emerging from thawing permafrost and melting ice in the Arctic region.
Interested in applying INTERACT Trans-national Access or Remote Access?
Join our webinar on Tue 15th September at 11:00-12:00 (Finnish time) to learn more about the ongoing TA/RA Call that is open until 15th October for access taking place in s/s 2021 and a/w 2021-22.
Link to the webinar: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/
The EU-H2020 funded INTERACT (International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic) opens a call for research groups to apply Trans-national Access and Remote Access to 52 (TA) and 33 (RA) research stations.
Targeted call for Early stage researchers’ networking actions in the Arctic research, especially
The EU-PolarNet Webinar "Stronger together: European cooperation for Polar science and society - The Integrated European Polar Research Programme" was held on June 11th.
When living in the North and the Arctic, one of the secrets to success is doing things together. That is the case in Arctic research too. Through common actions, there is a chance to achieve benefits that would not necessarily be possible or even make sense for an individual researcher or a research group. At the same time, interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research is promoted.
The One Health project is led by the Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) of the Arctic Council and now is in its third Chairmanship cycle under the leadership of the United States, Canada, and Finland. The One Arctic, One Health Fact Sheet is now published.
An article from ArcticFinland focusses on how Arctic research has moved online in response to COVID-19.
Good health is not the mere absence of diseases. It is the result of a complex interplay between factors influencing our daily lives and the surrounding environment. However, increased human activities resulting in the loss of natural habitats imperil both healthy ecosystems and healthy humans.
UArctic Congress takes place in Reykjavik, Iceland in May 2021 in conjunction with the Arctic Council Ministerial. Exact dates to be announced soon.
The Arctic Centre at the University of Lapland is seeking to fill two post-doctoral research positions that will address decadal to centennial changes in Arctic climate and biodiversity, including social-ecological feedbacks and drivers.
University of Alaska Fairbanks One Health Team wants to reach out with a program opportunity for students that want to deepen their understanding of One Health and incorporate the paradigm and problem-solving skills into their future careers.
Join the webinar on Tuesday afternoons at 14-15 CEST to hear captivating stories about Arctic research stations and science done at them with support from INTERACT Trans-National Access. The first webinar is on Tue 12 May.
What would you do if you were in charge? The Arctic Youth Network has partnered with the UArctic Congress 2020 to bring together a panel to participate in a plenary session on youth: how youth see the future of the Arctic, what they think should be done, and how they would do it were they in a position of power.
The EU-H2020 funded INTERACT (International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic) opens a call for research groups to apply for Trans-national Access to 10 new research stations offering TA in INTERACT III. The stations included in the call are located in Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Russia, Svalbard, and USA.
Throughout 2020, the European Polar Board (EPB) celebrates its 25th Anniversary. During the year, several activities and events are planned to be held at major international Antarctic and Arctic research and policy meetings, details of which will be released via the EPB website and other channels.
A report entitled "Scientific Cooperation within the Arctic: Understanding the Bottlenecks in Cross-Border Research" based on the UArctic Survey "Potentials and expectations of the Agreement on Enhancing Arctic Scientific Cooperation" is now available.
UArctic Congress 2020 takes places in Reykjavik, Iceland from Oct 5-8, 2020 hosted by all UArctic higher education members in Iceland. The event is part of Iceland’s chairmanship of the Arctic Council and organized in conjunction with the Arctic Circle Assembly.
The international Arctic Spirit Conference will take place on November 12th-13th in Rovaniemi, Finland. The theme of this year’s conference is climate change and the future generations. The goal of the event is to enhance dialogue between researchers, youth and decision makers.