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“Science for all” seminars

These seminars are aimed to be comprehensible to the non-scientific community (administrative and technical staff). In addition to providing information about various scientific and technical activities within the Federation, these meetings also result in a fruitful exchange between collegues. Similar seminars for a broad audience are also organized by INRA, thus creating a rich yearly program

2018 program

2018-05-05

Jérôme CHAVE, EDB

Mégadiversité des plantes dans les forêts Amazoniennes - une histoire
pas si ancienne

2018-06-14

Delphine LEGRAND, SETE

L'expérimentation et les changements globaux

2018-10-18

Vincent BURLAT, LRSV

Les parois végétales : des structures dynamiques à usage multiple

2018-12-13

Fabrice ROUX, LIPM

Comment les espèces s'adaptent à leur environnement ?

Latest “science for all” seminars

S. ROCHANGE - Symbiose endomycorhizienne : comment un champignon microscopique nous aide à mieux comprendre les plantes ?

Jeudi 21 juin 2012 à 14h Salle de séminaire FR AIB

Séminaire dans le cadre du cycle "Jeudi Science"

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Hervé Philippe

H. PHILIPPE - La recherche peut-elle sauver notre environnement ?

Jeudi 5 juin 2014 à 14h00 Salle de séminaire FR AIB

La recherche pourra-t-elle sauver notre environnement ou contribue-t-elle, au contraire, à sa destruction ? De l’évolution des espèces au...

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Robot CNRGV

W. MARANDE - Biobanques : Quels défis?

Jeudi 13 février 2014 à 14h00 Salle de séminaire d'EDB (campus UPS)

William Marande, ingénieur de recherche au CNRGV, présente un exposé concernant les biobanques, espace de stockages de génomes variés mais...

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Equipe imagerie FR AIB & S.Guilhem

PF Imagerie - Et la lumière fût !

Jeudi 3 octobre 2013 à 14h Salle de séminaire FR AIB

Aurélie LE RU, Cécile POUZET, Alain JAUNEAU, Yves MARTINEZ vous présentent un séminaire autour des techniques de l'imagerie intitulé "Et la...

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Alexandre Riberon

A. RIBERON - L'évolution : histoire d'une théorie

Jeudi 16 mai 2013 à 14h Salle de séminaire FR AIB

Alexandre RIBERON (EDB / Equipe Diversification Evolutive et Ecologique des Populations) aborde le thème "L'évolution : histoire d'une théorie".

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C.Mazars

C. MAZARS - Tout ce que vous avez toujours voulu savoir sur le calcium sans jamais oser le demander !

Jeudi 21 mars 2013 à 14h Salle de séminaire EDB

Christian Mazars (LRSV / Equipe Signalisation calcique cytosolique et nucléaire chez les végétaux) présente le séminaire vulgarisé intitulé...

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E. DANCHIN - Le conte de fée du Kakapo

Salle de séminaire FR AIB - Jeudi 4 octobre 2012 à 14h. Etienne Danchin, du Laboratoire EDB, présente « Le conte de fée du Kakapo ».
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