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News Archive - Page 40

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July the 15th, 2011
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The Research National Secretariat of the Spanish Ministry of Sience and Innovation has issued its 2011 call for economic grants within the Subprograma de Especialización en Infraestructuras Científicas y Organismos Internacionales y el de Actuaciones relativas a Infraestructuras Científicas Internacionales within the Programa Nacional de Internacionalización de la I+D. Applications must be submitted before August the 9th 2011.

The Ministry of Science and Innovation (MICINN) will fund the hiring of up to 25 graduates for their training as technologists in the most important international scientific infraestructures which Spain is a member (ESA, EMBL, CERN, GSI/FAIR, ESRF, ILL, X-FEL, ESO, ITER, ICDP, ESS, JHR, LIFEWATCH) for a maximum period of 24 months. More information...
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July the 1st, 2011
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AHIM/GBIF.ES Workshop on Herbaria Management and Digitization

This course will cover the complete process of managing a botanical collection. It is organised in collaboration with the Iberian and Macaronesian Herbarium Association. Application forms should be submitted to velayos@rjb.csic.es before September the 30th 2011. The total course duration is 40 hours over sessions from 9h to 14h and 15h to 18.30.  More information...
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June the 30th, 2011
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Draft Data Specifications available online

The INSPIRE Thematic Working Groups (TWGs), Data Specifications Drafting Team and INSPIRE JRC Data Specifications Team have finalised the draft Data Specifications of the Spatial Data Themes referred to in Annex II and III of the INSPIRE Directive. Their work is now available for public view and consultation by the INSPIRE Stakeholder Community as draft Guidelines. Based on all the comments received, the INSPIRE TWGs will issue a new version of the Data Specification. The most important topics related to biodiversity are: Bio-geographical Regions, Habitats and biotopes and Species distribution. More information...
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July the 1st, 2011
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Mentoring GBIF Programme: Training and Stakeholder Consultation Workshop Kenya

Biodiversity Information Facility (KenBIF) and GBIF Finland were selected as one of the three GBIF Mentoring Projects in 2010. This programme brought different GBIF Participant Nodes (South Africa, Tanzania, Finland and Spain) together to organised different starter activities to settle a GBIF Node: a training and a KenBIF Stakeholder Consultation Workshop that took place in Nairobi from 6th-10th June 2011. The aim was to share their experiences – and expertise with Kenia and enabled the quick transfer of information, technologies, experiences and best practices on documentation, management and data and metadata exchange to enforce the GBIF Node of Kenia.

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June the 17th, 2011
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The European environmental research project LifeWatch is presented in Spain

The infrastructure will provide connectivity between the biodiversity and environmental databases, with the key goals of enhancing the knowledge, protection, management and sustainable use of biodiversity through technological innovation. LifeWatch has been selected by The European Strategic Forum for Research Infraestructures (ESFRI) as a new Research Infraestructure of pan-European interest. The central information and communication technology (ICT) facilities will be located in Seville. During its presentation, it was highlighted the experience of Spanish science in this the biodiversity field gained partly from the Spanish node of the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). More information...
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