Oceanscapes is a cross-disiplinary conference with a focus on the cooperative nature of relations across the Pacific. Essential to the region are the partnerships that allow for effective delivery of programs in health, education, trade and development while maintaining the integrity of the cultural diversity that is the hallmark of Pacific islands nations and overseas territories.
At the AGRINATURA Science Days “Future without Hunger reloaded” we ask how alliances between small-scale family farming and agricultural sciences transform food system in ways that contribute to food and nutrition security at all levels. We also ask how research and higher education become more effective in understanding and supporting transformations that benefit world food security.
The Conference brings together international cooperation experts from all over the world to discuss the future of research in relation to the global challenges lying ahead in order to acquire insight for future coordinated actions.
This international conference will bring together economists, political scientists and jurists from Oceania to review economic, political and legal issues in island states and territories and point the way towards good governance in an era of globalisation.
In a world where scale and integration can be important in creating vibrant economies, small states face many challenges in their development and their engagement with globalization. Part of...
The 2014 State of the Pacific Conference will showcase research on the Pacific region and bring together academics, policy makers, business leaders, civil society representatives and the media to discuss the important nexus between research and policy. Through the themes of Political Development and Innovation and Experimentation in Development, the conference will explore some of the most pressing contemporary challenges facing the region.
The EARMA Conference 2014 will focus on cross-border research collaboration, the challenges with regard to the HORIZON 2020 Programme, research management from policy to practice and on the professional development of research managers and administrators.
EARMA 2014 is being hosted by Tallinn University on their campus in the centre of Tallinn.
The Fiji Conference 2014 provides opportunities for researchers to present their work in focused symposia related to the main conference themes:
Vulnerable Ecosystems, Communities and Species;
Adaptive & Community Based Management of Socio-Ecological Systems;
Conservation in a Changing Oceania.
The International Conference on Renewable Energy and Climate Change (ICRECC): Focus on the Pacific will cover topics raining from renewable energy resources to technologies and their relevance to the development of the region and cross-cutting socioeconomic and policy issues. It will also include a comprehensive discussion on the impacts of climate change as experienced by the people of the Pacific nations themselves.
The Third Samoa Conference (SCIII) will be held the week before the commencement of the United Nations Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in Apia, 1-4 September, 2014. SCIII will reflect on the theme of the SIDS conference in relation to sustainable development in small island states, at a time when small islands are uniquely challenged by the future impacts of climate change. However the SCIII theme embraces...
The International Council for Science (ICSU) is pleased to extend an invitation to its National and Union Members, Scientific Associates, Interdisciplinary Bodies, Joint Initiatives and Policy Committees, as well as partner organizations, to attend the 31st ICSU General Assembly. This event is being hosted by the ICSU National Scientific Member in New Zealand, the Royal Society of New Zealand.
The formal opening of the 31st General Assembly will...
The Third International Conference on Small Island Developing States (SIDS) will be held from 1 to 4 September 2014 in Apia, Samoa, to be preceded by activities related to the conference from 28 to 30 August 2014, also in Apia, Samoa. It will focus the world’s attention on a group of countries that remain a special case for sustainable development in view of their unique and particular vulnerabilities.
The Conference will seek to achieve the...
The ARMS 2014 conference themes of Impact and Influence will be explored within six conference streams: Influence, Impact, Change, Translation, Data and Health.
There will be topics of interest to the ARMS Special Interest Groups (Ethics and Research Integrity, Research Office Directors, Higher Degree Research Directors, International Research Collaborations, and Research Development), together with the Health and Medical Research management...
In the last years, computational systems biology has mainly focused on a micro (sub-cellular) level. The analysis of multi-scale systems at macroscopic and ecosystems levels is a challenge that mathematical methods and formal methods from computer science should contribute to solve in closer relationship. The aim of the conference is to attract people active in the computational systems biology and mathematical ecology area to meet and exchange...
The third Emerging Pacific Leaders’ Dialogue (EPLD) is an intensive development program for future leaders scheduled to take place across the Pacific region. Applications are scheduled to close at the end of April 2014.
The conference is an extraordinary opportunity for interdisciplinary dissemination of health research, practice, and knowledge. The conference calls to action the need to address the health challenges of Pacific communities globally.
The biennial conference SERA series aims to provide a peak international forum for scientists, land managers and partitioners engaged in the practice, science and theory of restoration as a means to conserve the planet's dwindling biodiversity and failing ecosystems.
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