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Open education Challenge

Open education Challenge | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it
Your opportunity to develop, strengthen and fund your startup

 

The Open Education Challenge, launched in partnership with the European Commission, is an invitation to all innovators to submit projects, receive mentoring and seed funding through the European Incubator for Innovation in Education, and get direct access toinvestors from day one.

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This looks a great opportunity for any start-up businesses in education - Anyone up for it from the Aquaculture/Seafood Sector?

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The Aquaculturists: Novus WAS Internship Challenge

The Aquaculturists: Novus WAS Internship Challenge | Aqua-tnet | Scoop.it

Novus International, Inc. is pleased to announce the sponsorship of the Novus World Aquaculture Society (WAS) Internship program. Aquaculture has a bright future, as it represents the fastest growing animal production industry. Novus recognises the need for the industry to attract and educate talented individuals to become future aqua research scientists and nutritionists. This internship program represents an investment by Novus into the future of the aquaculture industry. All eligible candidates are encouraged to apply!
Health problems continue to challenge aquaculture development and expansion. Viral, bacterial, fungal or parasite infections whether from new emerging pathogens or well known diseases, often leave producers with few available treatment or prevention options and significant losses. To be considered for the internship please present a proposal that includes the following:
• Choose a model disease and suggest an experiment aimed at testing a novel possible preventive or treatment solution.
• Provide background literature review on the pathogen, pathogenesis, epidemiology and/or host pathogen interactions etc. as appropriate to support experimental designs and hypotheses.
Proposal to be submitted by October 30, 2013 describing an innovative testable proposal in the area described above. Proposals should be limited to two to three typewritten pages plus references. A one-page CV of the candidate should be attached to the proposal. Applicant must be enrolled in a University MSc or PhD program at the time of application.
 

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A great opportunity - Best of Luck to all applicants!

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John Bostock's curator insight, September 20, 2013 10:10 AM

Great opportunity - Best of Luck!