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During negotiations for a new partnership agreement between Aarhus University, the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources and University of Manitoba, Canada, the participants went on a boat ride in the fjords surrounding Nuuk on Saturday afternoon, followed by a picnic.
Rector Lauritz B. Holm-Nielsen, Aarhus Universitet, Director Klaus Nygaard, Greenland Institute for Natural Resources, Nuuk, and Rector David Barnard, University of Manitoba, Canada, met Sunday 8 July to sign the partnership agreement between the three institutions. The agreement strengthens research and educational efforts in Arctic issues.
Mosquitoes are plentiful in the Greenlandic summer; therefore, Rector Lauritz B. Holm-Nielsen is wearing a mosquito net during an interview to NKR – the Greenlandic counterpart to DR. The interview revolves around the partnership agreement entered into by the three institutions, as well as Aarhus University’s Arctic efforts.

2012.07.12 | Arctic Research Centre, Environment, climate and energy, Meeting

New partnership strengthens research and education in the Arctic

Rectors and directors from Aarhus University, the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources and University of Manitoba met in Nuuk 8 July to sign a partnership agreement. The agreement strengthens international research in the Arctic regions and, at the same time, draws attention to education with respect to a number of Arctic issues.