Category Archives: Courses
The International Forum on Advanced Environmental Sciences and Technology (iFAST) aims to provide an interactive forum to bring eminent scientists together to share their most recent advances in environmental sciences and technology with interested students, faculty, and other researchers.
The 2nd Summer School of Mikrobiokosmos entitled ‘Advances in understanding the multiple role of microbiome in agro-food, energy production, environmental protection and human health’. Deadline for expression of interest April 15th.
This Advanced Course will focus on the “Molecular targets for anti-aging interventions”. Aging, age-related disorders and anti-aging interventions are the subjects of general importance. (source: antiaging2020.febsevents.org/ )
This course will introduce participants to the state-of-the-art immune receptor profiling for single cells provided by 10x Genomics.
PLANT-MICROBE MICROSCOPY is a team of researchers working on various aspects of plant microbe interaction using complementary microscopy techniques such as fluorescence microscopy, CLSM, AFM and SEM.
Modeling and Prediction of Harmful Algal Blooms This 3.5-day workshop will combine oral and poster presentations, round-table discussions, and tutorials in order to 1) increase awareness of the range of modelling and observational tools that are in our community toolbox (or should be); 2) help the HAB community speak with one voice regarding climate-change impacts on […]
Advanced STATA: Programming and other techniques to make your life easier. A five day course from the Population Studies Group, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. More information in lshtm.ac.uk
Two Fisheries Biology in R courses (introductory and advanced) are offered by to scientists interested in fisheries biology data analysis and stock assessment in data-poor areas. The courses are offered by the Laboratory of Ichthyology, School of Biology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Separate registration is required. Both courses are in English. More information in fishlab.bio.auth.gr