Upcoming NERC-run and NERC-sponsored events:
4-5 Sep 2018
Belfast, Northern Ireland
The first annual science event organised by ARCH-UK will will take place this 4-5 September at the AFBI headquarters in Belfast. It will provide an overview of the UK finfish and shellfish aquaculture sector from an industry perspective and showcase the research and innovation projects funded by BBSRC and NERC's UK Aquaculture Initiative.
10 Sep 2018
UKRI and the Met Office are inviting applications to attend a workshop which aims to bring together the climate resilience community to consider the multidisciplinary climate risk and solutions research that is required to ensure that the UK is resilient to climate variability and changes.
10-14 Sep 2018
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Ahead of a planned UK-Argentina joint call for collaborative research proposals focusing on antimicrobial resistance in the environment, opening in October 2018, BBSRC and NERC are inviting expressions of interest to attend a partnering workshop.
11-13 Sep 2018
NERC are inviting applications from UK scientists to attend a joint sandpit event on the proposed Ganga Delta - Bay of Bengal Interactions programme, in conjunction with India's Ministry of Earth Sciences, with support from the Newton-Bhabha Fund.
19-21 Sep 2018
This three-day course will introduce the attendees in how untargeted metabolomics can be applied to study microbial systems in academic and industrial research.
27-28 Sep 2018
This two-day course will provide environmental scientists with an overview of the metabolomics pipeline.
19-21 Nov 2018
This three-day course will introduce the use of the Q Exactive mass spectrometer in metabolomics investigations.
22 Nov 2018
The NERC Knowledge Exchange Group host two Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN) meetings per annum, where we invite knowledge exchange practitioners to come along and share best practice, and also some problems that they would like the rest of the group to address.
22-23 Nov 2018
This workshop in Aberdeen on 22-23 November will focus on the finfish and shellfish microbiome. It will provide a platform to present the current status of UK aquaculture microbiota research as well as an opportunity to showcase young talent within this area.
22-23 Nov 2018
This two-day course will provide a hands-on approach to teach the latest techniques and tools available to perform metabolite identification.
15-17 Jan 2018
All researchers directly involved in the Changing Arctic Ocean (CAO) programme, either through research grant awards or CAO programme management, are invited to the annual science meeting on 15-16 January 2019 with additional meetings and workshops on 17 January 2019.
An archive of recent events is also available.