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Matís work in Kenya

Utilization of the geothermal resources for drying grains in Kenya - 16.10.2017

A new and very interesting project is in its initial phase and takes advantage of how Iceland has use geothermal energy for drying. The project is headed by Matís but in partnership with eothermal Development Company (GDC) in Kenya. The project receives funding from the Icelandic Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Nordic Development Fund (NDF).

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Researcher position vacant in fisheries management - 28.8.2017

The Norwegian College of Fishery Science (NCFS), UiT the Arctic University of Norway has a Researcher position vacant in fisheries management. The position is attached to the research group BRIDGE.

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Stakeholders develop a research strategy for managing vital marine resources - 15.8.2017

Exploiting Europe's fish supplies in a sustainable way needs cooperation from multiple agencies and sectors. The EU-funded COFASP project has brought stakeholders together to develop a research strategy for managing these vital marine resources.

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The largest commercial fishing Exhibition in the North returns this September - included in the WSC registration fee! - 7.8.2017

The Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition will return between the 13-15th September to Kópavogur Iceland, and is set to welcome exhibitors and attendees from around the globe. Everyone who registers for the World Seafood Congress will access the IceFish Expo for free.

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