The Ocean Tracking Network (OTN) is a global aquatic research and partnership platform headquartered at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. OTN is somewhat unusual in the Canadian science context in that it has a specific mandate to operate internationally. Read more
EU and Canada join forces to better understand the Atlantic
The European Union and Canada are strengthening their scientific collaboration in order to better understand and protect the Atlantic Ocean, and to sustainably use its resources. Read more
The implementation activities of the Galway Statement on Atlantic Ocean Research Cooperation, signed in May 2013 by the EU, Canada and the United States of America, and launching an Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance, are moving to a new exciting stage. Read more
ERA-Can+ invited European and Canadian program owners to join for a Programme Level Cooperation Meeting on November 18, 2014 in Ottawa. The purpose of this meeting was to explore how Canadians and Europeans may partner under existing frameworks/joint programs and to better understand these various initiatives. Read more
Canadians are warmly invited to participate also at the “BILAT USA 2.0 workshop: Atlantic Ocean research – Detecting new ways of information exchange for enhanced collaboration” which is covering collaboration opportunities all across the Atlantic Ocean. The geographic scope of the workshop covers activities in Europe, South Africa, Brazil and North America. Read more
Meet ERA-CAN+ at the event “Opportunities for Canadian Ocean Technology: Organisations under Horizon 2020” on March 14, 2014. The agenda is available here.