The EU H2020 funded INTERACT (International Network for Terrestrial Research and Monitoring in the Arctic) Transnational Access Call is open for projects taking place between March 2019 and April 2020.
UArctic Congress 2018 side event "Arctic and Education: EU Climate Diplomacy Week" discusses the challenges and perspectives of education in the Arctic in the climate change context. Conference is held on the 6th of September in Helsinki. The event is free but requires registration.
Together with the Korea Maritime Institute, the Korea Polar Research Institute and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, the Arctic Circle will co-host a Forum December 7-8 in Seoul, Korea.
The UArctic Chair Jeff Welker's food web program on Polar Bears is featured in Arctic Today, sharing that high PFAS levels found in Barents Sea polar bears.
This collaborative program lead by Jeff's Norwegian colleagues has been underway for many years and it reflects the breadth of the Chairship & research program. In a...
The UArctic Congress 2018 side events allow members and partners of UArctic to share ideas and have more in-depth discussions around specific topics. Most side events are also open to all interested Congress participants.
The Department of Physics and Technology at UiT The Arctic University of Norway invites applications for a PhD student in optical remote sensing for water quality parameter retrieval. This full-time, four-year position will be located at UiT campus in Tromsø, Norway. Deadline for applications is August 15.