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Long-term vision and spirit of regional collaboration at the heart of the kick-off event of the new mission in Djibouti.
Dive into the mission conducted this Summer in Eilat and Jordan, and appreciate what science diplomacy concretely means.
A first coral health monitoring station deployed in Aqaba to monitor live the physiological behavior of coral colonies.
Samplings in Israeli and Jordanian waters: a milestone to the first ever Red Sea-wide coral ecosystem and biodiversity ‘baseline’.
Team spirit grows stronger between mission’s participants, all committed to the conservation of Red Sea corals.
Field work is on for TRSC’s team and its partners from the Marine Science Station and the Red Sea University in Port Sudan.
Now online: the conference on Red Sea corals: when science and diplomacy converge to address climate change and regional stability
Bridging not only science and diplomacy, but also Lausanne EPFL-based Transnational Red Sea Center and International Geneva
18 May conference in Geneva: when science and diplomacy converge to address climate change and regional stability
The Transnational Red Sea Center hosted an event at the 5th edition of the Monaco Ocean Week in the presence of 70 guests.
The Swiss initiative to save the last coral “refuge” on Earth will be presented in March at the Monaco Ocean Week
Listen to the interview of Prof Meibom at the Geneva Science and Diplomacy Anticipator (GESDA) inaugural summit in October.
Prof Anders Meibom, director of the Transnational Red Sea Center, one of the speakers at GESDA summit on 9 October.
The TRSC and the Red Sea University carried out a series of observations along the Sudanese coast prior to the 2022 expedition.
First days at the Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat pier
Watch the video of the official launch of the first expedition season
Swiss sailboat Fleur de Passion arrived safely in Aqaba, Jordan, on June 10th after a six-week navigation
Discover the ceremony organized in Seville at the Three Cultures of the Mediterranean Foundation
A new research gives additional insight into the specific genetic factors that allow Red Sea corals to survive
The departure of Fleur de Passion for the Red Sea was the subject of a series of events organised in Seville
Ambassador Alexandre Fasel’s mission will be to strengthen Geneva's role as a digital governance hub
A major discovery helps explain the symbiotic relationship between corals and algae
The official launch of the Transnational Red Sea Center in March 2019 in the Swiss federal capital Bern
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