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The BONUS Secretariat is looking for candidates to conduct two assessment studies on BONUS impact

Deadline for applying 22 August 2016! Read more


ICES ASC is calling all BONUS young scientists!

ICES Annual Science Conference gathers the top marine scientists from around the world each year for a week-long forum of discussions. This year, ICES Annual Science Conference takes place in Riga and we would like to invite BONUS young scientists for special one-day programme on Tuesday 20 September.

Greeted in the morning by ICES, you will experience a lecture, theme sessions, and a ‘specially designed for young scientists’ joint BONUS-ICES workshop on getting published, as well as a poster session. You will also have the opportunity to sit down with one of ICES leading scientists to have an introduction to the organisation, as well as finding out how you can become involved.

Places are limited, so please apply as soon as possible by contacting Jette Fredslund at jette.fredslund(at)ices.dk. More information on ICES ASC 2016.

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