Over the second half of October - the first half of November, the male Persian leopard named Chilmas, released in July 2023 on the territory of the Turmon Nature Reserve, explored and developed further territory.
Nordgold film “Soil”, created with the assistance of the IEE RAS, received first place in the category “Best Popular Science Film” at the V International Festival of Short Documentary Films about the Mining Industry
On September 5, the International conference “Chromosome-2023” began in Novosibirsk Akademgorodok, in which employees of two laboratories of the IEE RAS took part - Ph.D. N.Sh. Bulatov and Ph.D. S.V. Pavlova.
Analysis of the variability of biological communities inhabiting thermokarst lakes is important for assessing the degree of transformation of the Arctic ecosystem under the influence of climate change.
The monograph "Common Hamster Cricetus cricetus (Linnaeus 1758)" prepared by A.V. Surov and N.Yu. Feoktistova in the series of the Russian Committee for the UNESCO Program Man and Biosphere (MAB) "Species of Fauna of Russia and Neighboring Countries" was recently published.
Dear colleagues! The Botanical Garden of the Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B. N. Yeltsin invite you to take part in the XI All-Russian Scientific Conference with international participation, which will be held from 12-16 September 2022 in the city Satka, Chelyabinsk Region.
The purpose of the conference is to exchange views on topical problems of biological reclamation and monitoring of disturbed lands, coordinate scientific and scientific-practical research and discuss key research areas.
MAIN SCIENTIFIC DIRECTIONS (SECTIONS):
1. Ecological foundations of biological reclamation of disturbed lands, the results of experimental work.
2. Geochemical assessment and monitoring of the state of disturbed, reclaimed and degraded areas.
3. Ecotechnologies in urban greening.
4. Biological productivity and carbon deposition in technogenic landscapes.
Working languages: Russian and English
PLANNED FORMS OF PARTICIPATION:
- face-to-face participation (plenary or oral presentation);
- correspondence participation (abstracts);
- poster presentations;
Conference email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Теl.: +7(922)174-42-88 Nadezhda Alexandrovna Kuzmina - WhatsApp, Viber, email@example.com
Теl.: +7(343)322-56-47 Sergei Leonidovich Menshchikov
Теl.: +7(906)812-52-45 Konstantin Evgenievich Zavyalov
On October 8-10, the NAUKA 0+ festival was held, at which the IEE RAS staff held lectures in schools and in the Shuvalov building of Moscow State University, as well as a round table on the study of sleep. For those who were unable to attend the events, recordings of speeches are available. Photos can be viewed from the link.
Round table on the study of sleep from the leading somnologists of Russia
Leading somnologists discussed the process of a night’s sleep, the formation of dreams, the way the structure of sleep changes with age, how sleep is organized in different animals, how the brain mechanisms of wakefulness and sleep are arranged, as well as discuss the biological clock of the body.
The round table was attended by:
- Mikhail Guryevich Poluektov, Associate Professor, Moscow Medical University. IM Sechenov, Head of the Sleep Medicine Department. Vice President of the National Society of Somnology and Sleep Medicine and the National Society of Children's Sleep Specialists
The International Society of Biometeorology will hold its 1st virtual and 22nd International Congress of Biometeorology, Connecting Our World: Biometeorology 2021, from 20-22 September 2021. The conference will have livestream events, focusing on invited keynote and plenary speakers, with substantial time devoted to collaborative discussions based on poster submissions aimed to accommodate participants across all time zones.
With its virtual format, the primary goal of Connecting Our World: Biometeorology 2021 is to bring together those with interests across the spectrum of biometeorology from all parts of the world at all career stages, to partake in this event and network with current and future colleagues. We hope to encourage participation by making the conference affordable, with registration rates based on country of residence and student status, between USD 10-75 for members, and USD 30-175 for non-members.
Consortium "Microplastics in the Environment" and Tomsk State University invite you to take part in the first All-Russian meeting with international participation on microplastics pollution "MicroPlasticsEnvironment - 2022".
The meeting will look into the results of the research done by Russian scientific groups and international teams on the distribution and circulation of microplastics in the environment. The discussion and workshops of the event will focus on microplastics detection methods.
Consortium will take place at Khakasia, Lake Shira.
Working languages are Russian and English.
Please email your applications before 1 October 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your application please indicate your full name, position, organization, e-mail and telephone number.
For more information, please contact Dr. Julia Frank, Head of Industrial Microbiology Laboratory of the Tomsk State University at +7-903-950-40-83
The Russian-Turkmen web conference "Ecosystem of the Caspian Sea: Situation, Preservation and Prospects for Cooperation" will be held on May 12, 2021.
Co-organizers of the web conference from the Russian side: the Council for Science and Innovation of the Caspian Sea and the Russian Committee for the UNESCO Program “Man and the Biosphere”.
The web conference is planned with the support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan, the Ministry of Nature and Ecology of the Russian Federation, the Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation and the Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan.
The purpose of the Conference is to expand mutually beneficial cooperation in the scientific, technical and innovation spheres of Russia and Turkmenistan and to develop the negotiations held within the framework of the First Caspian Economic Forum.
During the Conference, it is planned to discuss the prospects for developing cooperation in the field of ensuring the environmental safety of the Caspian Sea, taking into account climatic, anthropogenic and geological risks, as well as current proposals for cooperation in the field of geology and personnel training.