CEMarin informs the opening of the Call No. 12 of 2018 to offer financial support to CEMarin Early Stage Researchers for their doctoral thesis projects in marine sciences and related topics. Check the terms of reference here.
Colombia 2018: International Conference on Marine Science. Towards a sustainable ocean November 19th – 23rd, 2018 Universidad Nacional de Colombia – Medellín Campus The ‘Colombia 2018: International Conference on Marine Science’ brings together researchers, practitioners and educators to exchange and share their experiences in answering fundamental environmental and socio-economical questions related to marine ecosystems in
Pollution and acidification of the oceans, coral ecology, effects of climate change on the oceans and research in Antarctica are some of the topics which fall under the responsibility of marine science experts at the University of Antioquia, The Center for Excellence in Marine Sciences Corporation (CEMarin) and a number of German institutions. Thanks to
In compliance with principles of equality and transparency CEMarin modifies the terms of the call No. 11 regarding to the deadline for applications and the publication of results, as follows: DEADLINE December 15th of 2017 PUBLICATION OF RESULTS January 15th of 2018 The results of this stage of the call will be informed via email.
Call No. 11 of 2017, Addendum No. 1 December 1th of 2017 In compliance with principles of equality and transparency CEMarin modifies the terms of the call No. 11 regarding to the deadline for applications and the publication of results, as follows: DEADLINE December 15th of 2017 PUBLICATION OF RESULTS January 15th of 2018 The
Why have a center of excellence in marine science? Daniela Margarita Ozuna – Journalist Universidad de Antioquia The Corporation Center of Excellence in Marine Sciences (CEMarin) has an extremely important mission for Colombia to jointly research the coastal marine resources of the Caribbean and the Pacific for their protection. CEMarin was founded in 2009 as
In recent years, we have benefitted around 50 students through doctoral fellowships, thesis co-direction between Colombian and German scientists, internships at partner institutions in both countries, funding of thesis projects, and organization of basic field courses, specialized advanced courses, workshops and seminars taught in Colombia and Germany. These benefits are granted to the participants of