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Next Thesis Defense JR

Thesis Defense of Julien Raitif

December 18th 2018, at 14:00, Agrocampus Ouest Rennes, Moule Amphitheatre
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Next Thesis Defense NB

Thesis Defense of Nadège Bélouard

December 13th 2018, at 14:00, Salle de conférences, OSUR, Rennes 1 University, (Campus de Beaulieu, RDC Building 14B).
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ESEminar 2018-12-04

Modelling of the trophic functionning of the Celtic Sea ecosystem

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ESEminar 2018-11-22

Disentangling co-effects of anthropogenic changes on harvested population fitness components

We will enjoy the visit of Charlotte Evangelista, scientist, with Eric Edeline, based at the University of Oslo.
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ESEminar 2018-11-20

Counting flowers with a kite

Damien Fourcy, EPIX Research Group, will make us count flowers with a kite.
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ESEminar 2018-11-06

#PublierAutrement (Publish Differently)

Thomas GUILLEMAUD (INRA PACA) will facilitate this ESEminaire that focus on new methods of disseminating knowledge via digital technology
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ESEminar 2018-10-16

Medaka as a model system and the current activates of National BioResource Project Medaka

The teacher Kiyoshi Naruse of the Japanese NIBB will present his work Tuesday October 16
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SFEcology2018: International Conference on Ecological Sciences

Sfécologie2018, this is in Rennes from 22 to 25 October 2018, at the Couvent des Jacobins in Rennes, with more than 800 researchers. This...
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ESEminar 2018-09-18

Connectivity within a marine fish metapopulation

Jean-Baptiste Lecomte (EH research group) will present us the first results of his post-doc
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ESEminar 2018-09-13

Feasibility study for an observatory of amphihaline migratory species at sea

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