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Open call for ScienceDiver Training Courses

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The ScienceDiver training course is developed in the frame of the ScienceDiver EU Project and it is offered to master students and young researchers (e.g. biologists, ecologists, geologists, archaeologists, environmental engineering) that want to improve their skills in the field of scientific diving. Scientific diving is a relevant asset of activities performed by scientists all […]

1. Santa Caterina Village, Scalea (CS), Italy
2. University Camp, Kalandra, Posidi, Greece
3. Monitoring Station, Institute of Oceanology, Maslen Nos, Black Sea
4. STARESO, Calvi, Corse, France

The EU project ScienceDIVER – Guest at the INTERDIVE trade in Friedrichshafen

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The EU project “ScienceDIVER” (www.sciencediver.eu) is a guest at the “INTERDIVE” trade in Friedrichshafen from 23.-26. September 2021 (https://friedrichshafen.inter-dive.de/english/about-the-fair/).   It aims to support the development of blue and smart cross-sectoral skills and to meet the evolving needs in the labor market of the Blue Economy, in one of the most popular and attractive water […]

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The European ScienceDIVER Project and Scientific Diving in Italy

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During “Technical Week 2021”, organized by Argentario Divers – Porto Ercole, Grosseto, Italy; ScienceDIVER members Matteo Collina and Fabio Figurella presented upon the applications of the ScienceDIVER project in the context of Italy. Audience members were invited to pose their questions which were addressed by the members at the end of the presentation.

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Scientific Diver Conference, Institute of Tourism Studies – Gozo

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Technical Week went underway supported by the Institute of Tourism Studies – Gozo, Malta from June 21st through June 24th. During the final day of the presentations, the University of Calabria and Divers Alert Network (DAN) Europe supported the presentation of topics surrounding the professional, legal, and training aspects of scientific diving endeavors within Europe. […]

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