On 11th and 12th of October 2021, Microbiome Support will organize an online workshop to elaborate and discuss together with companies and representatives of global university and research institutions the educational needs in microbiome research.
In occasione della giornata "European Maritime Day in my Country" del prossimo 23 settembre, sarà presentata con un evento online la Piattaforma Innovativa ISSS »Sustainable Subsea Solutions - Intelligent Technologies for the Blue Economy, nata dalla collaborazione tra ENEA, Fraunhofer, SINTEF, VTT, RISE, TNO, Tecnalia, +Atlantic CoLAB, AZTI e IFREMER.
The fifth edition of the Black Sea and Balkans Security Forum will take place on 3-4 September, in Bucharest. Organized by New Strategy Center, with the institutional support of the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Defence, the Forum benefits from the co-sponsorship of the Public Diplomacy Division of NATO, as it did for all its previous editions.
ENEA partecipa alla Pre-COP26 (30 settembre - 2 ottobre 2021) con il side event dal titolo SALLO! "Tutto quello che avreSte voluto sApere suL cambiamento cLimaticO* (*ma non avete mai osato chiedere)", che verrà mandato in onda il 1° ottobre 2021 alle ore 16.00.
6th European Congress of Immunology. Belgrade, 1 September, 2021 - 4 September, 2021
Radiation Research Society 67th Annual International Meeting in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
PEFMED PLUS “Sharing and transferring Product Environmental Footprint experiences and methods to neighboring countries of the Adriatic agri-food sector” will improve the expertise already gained by the previous PEFMED Project, which focused on agri-food Mediterranean countries, by replicating its culture and methodology and transferring a set of ready-to-use outputs (National Roadmaps, PEF Wiki Platform info, Socio-Economic KPIs tools for olive oil, bottled water, wine and cheese) to companies in selected Adriatic countries (Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro).
Existing food nutrition security data, knowledge, and tools for agri-food sciences are fragmented, lack critical mass, and access is unevenly distributed. This means FNS data are not readily found, accessible, interoperable, or reusable (FAIR), and existing services focus on clinical, molecular, and biological sciences.
From new infectious pathogens like SARS-CoV-2, to antimicrobial resistance and the role of microbes in climate change, to agriculture and food microbiology, and synthetic and applied microbiology – international experts will gather for World Microbe Forum to examine, discuss and envision solutions that science can offer to solve some of the gravest concerns confronting us today.