Sponsorship and commercial options

On behalf of the Scientific and Organising Committee we are pleased to invite you to support the international scientific conference “55th European Marine Biology Symposium (EMBS)” (55 EMBS) that is going to be organised by the University of Gdansk on 19-23 September 2022 at the Oliwa Campus in Gdansk.

The conference boasts a history of over 50 years (history), the first symposium was held in 1966 at the initiative of the eminent ecologist Prof. Otto Kinne at the Helgoland Marine Station (Germany), and this year’s edition will be the 55th. Due to its high profile and prestigious nature, the conference enjoys great interest among European scientific centres, making the choice of the symposium venue a distinction for the host institution. Since its inception, the conference has attracted the most distinguished specialists from Europe and beyond (including the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Canada, China) whose scientific activities are related to marine biology and ecology, biotechnology, physiology and genetics of marine organisms and marine environmental protection. Participants represent major teaching and research institutions, national and international environmental agencies, thematic working groups (e.g., ICES, UNESCO) and European scientific and research networks such as MARS, EuroMarine and EuroOcean. The meeting of such a wide range of specialists is an excellent opportunity to present the latest scientific achievements and practical implementations, research methods and techniques, exchange views, experiences and know-how. It also provides an opportunity to establish and strengthen cooperation both at national level and among foreign partners. The conference is organised under the aegis of the European MARS Network (Marine Research Institutes & Stations) associating leading European scientific centres (marinestations.org). The conference includes joint plenary and poster sessions, grouped into four main thematic areas: (1) Main stressors and their impact on ecosystem health, (2) Marine molecular ecology – new tools and new findings, (3) Diversity and physiology of marine organisms. Is there still anything to discover? and (4) Marine living resources – environmental significance. The conference was attended in recent years by 170-250 people with varying degrees of scientific and professional careers; 200 participants are expected in 2022.

Due to the international scope and high relevance of EMBS, the symposium can also be a good forum to promote and present companies involved in marine R&D. Therefore, we would like to invite your company to cooperate in the promotion and presentation of your company’s commercial offer.

Details of a sponsorship package can be found here: Sponsors and Exhibitors 2022.