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Under the initiative of the Sentinel North Program of Université Laval (Quebec, Canada), this summer school on the theme of northern natural products offers young researchers a unique opportunity to interact with high-level scientists and local experts in a state-of-the-art interdisciplinary training program.
On May 12, 2022, INQ invites you to participate in this scientific session held during the 89th Acfas conference, which highlights the work of several members of INQ’s Working Group on New and Renewable Energies. This session includes more than 20 presentations and will give you the opportunity to hear from many actors in the field.
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The INQ's Northern Day is an annual scientific event that highlights research conducted north of the 49th parallel. The 2022 edition will take place on May 10 at the Musée de la civilisation in Quebec City. On the program of this event, a round table on the sustainable health of northern populations, enlightening discussions on the management and conservation of caribou and the grand return of our science popularization contest My Northern Project.
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Webinar presented by Suzanne Lalonde, Professor, Faculty of Law, Université de Montréal.
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The event's theme is Science in Action with Indigenous People.
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The annuel symposium of the Centre d'études nordiques will be held on February 17 and 18.
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An event organized as part of the Climate Action Mobilization Campaign: Climate, Health, Action!
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Québec-Océan invites you to discover the latest advances in oceanography at its next Annual Scientific Meeting, scheduled from 2022, Monday, January 31 to Thursday, February 3.
Speaker: Stephanie Guilherme, Professor at the University of Ottawa, CentrEau Contributing Member
The webinar will take place on December 9 at 1:00 pm.
For more details, visit the Centre Eau website.
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The ASM2021 brings together researchers from the natural, health, and social sciences to meet the challenges and opportunities of a rapidly changing Arctic region, shaped by climate change and modernization.