In November 2018, Prof. Timothy Skinner from the University of Copenhagen went to the University of Akureyri, Iceland, on a north2north staff mobility stay. The purpose of the stay was to visit the School of Health Science.


Academic North – project aims to promote the proficiency, competitiveness and well-being of the northern parts of the Nordic countries by furthering academic mobility and employment in a socially sustainable way.




Bioeconomy in the North is a network of ministries and funding agencies from Finland, Germany and Norway which coordinate their efforts to launch annual calls for R&D&I projects in the area of non-food / non-feed biomass resources exploitation. The network is a sustainable initiative funded in 2017 whose mission is to...



The HuSArctic project team gathered for the last time in Helsinki, Finland on 23rd to 26th of October 2018 for its final meeting! “Human Security as a promotional tool for societal security in the Arctic: Addressing Multiple Vulnerability to its Population with Specific Reference to the Barents Region” (HuSArctic) is the 4 –...



The interdisciplinary PhD programme organised by DurhamARCTIC (the Durham Arctic Research Centre for Training and Interdisciplinary Collaboration) will be holding its first annual ‘Summer School’, 25-28 April 2019, in Durham, England.