24 / 5 / 2016
Summer research camps 2016
Seize the opportunity to get to know the research and conservation of dolphins and sea turtles in the Slovenian sea and the surrounding waters first hand - join us at this year's international summer research camps in Piran!
Summer research camps are an internship programme on marine mammals and marine conservation biology for students from Slovenia and other countries in the region.
As part of our research team you will be able to observe dolphins and sea turtles in their natural habitat, learn about research methods and through fieldwork and cooperation in data collection contribute to the long-term protection of these species in the northern Adriatic.
From June to September, 7 research camps will take place. The price of a 10-day program, which includes accommodation and food in a research-based societies, field work, lectures, expert guidance and training, and accident insurance, amounts to 430 € (including tax).
For further information, please, click here
As the number of participants is limited, please, hurry up with your application.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
4 / 5 / 2016
Morigenos is participating at the 21st International Boat Show Internautica 2016
at Marina Portorož from 4th to 8th May 2016. Visit Morigenos' info-point in Hall B and check out our educational exhibition about dolphins along the Slovenian coast.
28 / 4 / 2016
Tilen Genov from Morigenos completed his mandate at the European Cetacean Society
As we recently wrote, the 30th conference of the European Cetacean Society (ECS)
was held in Madeira (Portugal) last month. The ECS was established in 1987 and aims to promote and advance the scientific studies and conservation efforts of marine mammals and to gather and disseminate information about cetaceans to members of the Society and the public at large. Four years ago, Tilen Genov from Morigenos was elected a member of the ECS Council, and appointed Vice-Chair last year. At this year’ conference, Tilen completed his 4-year mandate and passed his roles onto newly elected Council members, while still continuing his function of the ECS National Contact Person for Slovenia. At the closing ceremony, the Council thanked Tilen for his voluntary work over the past four years. The Morigenos team is proud to have its members co-shaping the European and international scene of marine mammal research and conservation.