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4 December 2017

Les coccinelles, de l’écologie à la protection des plantes

Jeudi 14 décembre 2017 à 14h - Salle des séminaires de la FR AIB

Exposé de Jean-Louis Hemptinne, dans le cadre du Cycle Jeudi Sciences destiné à tous les publics.

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28 November 2017

9ème Festival "Terres d’Ailleurs" à Toulouse

Christophe Thébaud

« Papouasie, expédition au cœur d’un monde perdu »
Présenté par Laurent Pouyaud, Régis Hocdé et Christophe Thébaud

A la recherche de nouvelles espèces dans le massif de Lengguru, 70 scientifiques ont sillonné ce milieu inexploré pendant 5 semaines. Ils ont passé au peigne fin cet écosystème hors du commun qui, par ses spécificités et son isolement, a conduit à une biodiversité exceptionnelle riche de nombreuses espèces que l’on ne retrouve nulle part ailleurs.

Dimanche 3 Décembre 2017 10H30, Auditorium du Muséum de Toulouse (Entrée Gratuite)

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21 November 2017

EDB members support the "Bioscience" manifesto

Members of EDB laboratory join the more than 15,000 scientists who signed the manifesto "World Scientists Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice", published Monday, November 13 in the journal BioScience.

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14 November 2017

100 articles every ecologist should read [Nature Ecology & Evolution]

1 article by Jerôme Chave cited among the 100

Reading scientific articles is a valuable and major part of the activity of scientists. Yet, with the upsurge of currently available articles and the increasing specialization of scientists, it becomes difficult to identify, let alone read, important papers covering topics not directly related to one’s own specific field of research, or that are older than a few years. Our objective was to propose a list of seminal papers deemed to be of major importance in ecology, thus providing a general ‘must-read’ list for any new ecologist, regardless of particular topic or expertise. We generated a list of 544 papers proposed by 147 ecology experts (journal editorial members) and subsequently ranked via random-sample voting by 368 of 665 contacted ecology experts, covering 6 article types, 6 approaches and 17 fields. Most of the recommended papers were not published in the highest-ranking journals, nor did they have the highest number of mean annual citations. The articles proposed through the collective recommendation of several hundred experienced researchers probably do not represent an ‘ultimate’, invariant list, but they certainly contain many high-quality articles that are undoubtedly worth reading—regardless of the specific field of interest in ecology—to foster the understanding, knowledge and inspiration of early-career scientists.(...)

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14 November 2017

Pourquoi doit-on s’alarmer de la disparition des insectes ? [L’Humanité]

Interview de Jérôme Murienne

L’inadéquation des politiques européennes par Jérôme Murienne , biologiste, chercheur au CNRS, spécialisé en biologie moléculaire pour l’étude de la biodiversité.

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