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Article published in Science Advances

A world genomic study shows why invasive species are so successful

Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) is an annual weed species that is native to North America with a ...

Article published in Nature

Plate tectonics controlled ocean oxygenation over the last 540 million years

Ocean oxygenation paced marine biodiversity changes at the geological time scale. It is widely admitted that ...

Alexandre Pohl article published in Nature

Environmental stability on Earth allowed marine biodiversity to flourish

Modern ocean biodiversity, which is at its highest level ever, was achieved through long-term stability of the location ...

Indigenous communities hold a huge and unique source of ecological knowledge

A study has found that indigenous people in the rainforests of Gabon have knowledge of plant and fruit-eating animal interactions that exceeds that found in academic ...

seminar thuesday 14 december 2021

Microplastics in the freshwater ecosystem: unveiling the drivers of their spatio-temporal variability and of their ingestion by aquatic organisms

Aline De Carvalho, postdoc at Biogéosciences, will present ...

Alexandre Pohl article published in Nature Communications

Picturing our planet and its climate, 520 million years ago, when animals diversified throughout the oceans

Complex forms of animal life, including the ancestors of most of ...

City and forest ants are surprisingly similar genetically

City life could lead to differential evolution between urban and forest populations. Aurelie Khimoun and her collaborators showed, in their article published in Biology Letters, that urban ...

seminar – Friday 20th December 2019

A tale of two symbioses: molecular mechanisms underlying insect-microbe associations

Aurélien Vigneron

Amphitheatre Guyton de Morveau, 11 AM


seminar – Monday 16th December 2019

Deciding is hard! Interplay between individual phenotype and environmental conditions on mating patterns, timing of reproduction and sex allocation

Thomas Merkling

Amphitheatre Courtois, 1PM


seminar – Friday 13th December 2019

Short and long-term consequences of the early developmental period

Dr Raquel Monclus-Burgoa, Biogéosciences, UMR 6282 CNRS, Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, EPHE

Friday 13th December 2019, amphitheatre Monge, 11AM


seminar – Friday 29th November 2019

Ecology and Evolution of a unisexual fish, the Amazon molly

Pr Ingo Shlupp, Dept of Biology - University of Oklahoma - USA

Amphitheatre Monge, 11AM


seminar – Friday 15th November 2019

Male investment in sperm quality - from evolutionary ecology to ecotoxicology

Dr Fabrice Helfenstein, Institute of biology, University of Neuchâtel, Suisse

amphitheatre Monge, 11 AM

Sperm quality ...


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