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June 2017

New world order: Science, technology & trade

27 June @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm CEST
Brussels (TBA), Brussels, 1000 Belgium + Google Map

The world is changing fast. Will technology trade barriers rise? Will relations among Europe, the US, China, Russia and other powers be upended? Will research priorities change – for climate, energy, health, defence? All of these questions will force new strategies for companies, universities and governments around the world. The annual Science|Business Network conference will focus on how international relations in science, technology and trade could be transformed – and how these changes will, in turn, affect the EU’s next…

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August 2017

PNG Update – PNG: after the elections

10 August - 11 August
University of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, National Capital District Papua New Guinea + Google Map

The annual PNG Update is the premier forum for the discussion of research and analysis relating to contemporary economic and public policy issues in PNG. Organised by the University of Papua New Guinea’s School of Business and Public Policy and Thehe Australian National University’s Development Policy Centre, this year’s PNG Update will again be held in Port Moresby. Following the success of the 2016 Update, speakers will be invited to present in three parallel sessions at venues across the University.…

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International Careers Conference 2017

25 August
Arts Centre Melbourne, 100 St Kilda Road
Melbourne, Victoria 3004 Australia
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13th International Careers Conference is a full-day event created to provide inspiration, careers advice, and to provoke conversations that matter for undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as those seeking a mid-career change. It will also be of great significance to those who are interested in pursuing a career in international affairs and development, and those seeking to recruit suitably qualified and motivated employees. The first conference was held in 2005, attracting over 200 participants, and has grown every year…

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September 2017

23rd International Symposium on Environmental Biogeochemistry

24 September - 29 September
Hotel Grand Chancellor Palm Cove, Coral Coast Drive
Palm Cove, Queensland 4879 Australia
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The Symposium brings together environmental scientists with a diverse range of interests in an intimate setting which encourages close interactions and exchange of information. A major attraction of the ISEB Symposia are their broad, cross-disciplinary coverage and single theme format. Attendance is typically 150 people. 2017 Symposium theme is: “From cells to Earth scale processes: traversing the breadth of temporal and spatial scales in biogeochemistry”. The meeting will consist of several thematic sessions led by keynote speakers who are experts…

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ARMS2017: Funding Research, Drawing on the Power of Collaboration

26 September - 29 September
Museum of New Zealand, 55 Cable Street
Wellington, 6011 New Zealand
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The conference will feature internationally renowned key note speakers, oral and poster presentations, industry exhibitions, collaboration meetings, and professional development workshops of significance to this global profession. We will also make time to celebrate and develop new friendships and encourage satellite meetings aligned with ARMS 2017.

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November 2017

Sustainable Ocean Summit 2017

29 November - 1 December

The SOS 2017 theme is “The Ocean Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 14): Business Leadership and Business Opportunities”. The SOS is a unique gathering of the world’s ocean industries focused on the sustainable development, science and stewardship of the global ocean. The SOS 2017 will focus on: Ocean business community leadership in achieving the U.N. “Ocean” Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 14. Business growth and investment opportunities of ocean sustainable development. The SOS will: Advance the development of SDG targets and indicators…

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