August 2016. The international course welcomes participants to take a unique insight into a variety of aspects of marine invertebrates’ biodiversity. This course has been specifically designed on the basis of long-term experience to meet emerging challenges of modern life sciences. The course is part of a collaborative project between St. Petersburg State University, University of Tromsø, The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS) and White Sea Biological Station «Kartesh» (Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Science) supported by a grant from SiU.
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EUColComp is a two-year Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation project funded under the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP). The aim of the project is to transfer a set of universal competencies for collections management to institutions across the EU to help organisations to: