The ASIAQ project unites six universities from three continents and four countries (Russia, Japan, USA and Sweden) in an endeavour to jointly advance research and education for a sustainable Arctic. Specifically, ASIAQ focuses on Arctic waters: those on land and the Arctic Ocean.


The workshop 24-25 May 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden, was the first of a series of workshops for researchers from the four ASIAQ science branches to meet, share and discuss knowledge and excellence in their fields and to develop strategies to jointly contribute to the Sustainable Development Goals, especially SDGs 3, 6, 13, 14, but also others.

The goal was to strengthen the cross-disciplinary collaboration between researchers from the participating universities, and to develop a forum where such cross-disciplinary approaches to the Arctic Science Integration Quest can be discussed and developed towards solutions, with special emphasis on inspiring and supporting early-career scientists.

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