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Innovation - Environment - 19.07.2024
The CNRS’s leading role in Drones for Research
The CNRS has officially been a registered operator of drones for the last eight years. This title is the result of a decade of work by the CNRS Drones Unit on structuring and professionalising pilots.

Life Sciences - Environment - 17.07.2024
Protecting biodiversity worldwide: genetic diversity indicators are validated and ready for usegénétique prêts à l’emploi
Conserving genetic diversity is an essential part of maintaining the health and resilience of species and ecosystems.

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 20.06.2024
Astronomy through the back door
Astronomy through the back door
Alessandro Morbidelli is a specialist in the evolution and formation of planetary systems, and holds the planetary formation Chair at the Collège de France.

Environment - 18.06.2024
Report on Eco-responsible week at ENS de Lyon

Astronomy / Space - Environment - 14.06.2024
Reaching for the Moon for the sake of humanity
Reaching for the Moon for the sake of humanity
The "Sanctuary on the Moon" project, launched nearly ten years ago, aims to send a collection of discs containing a vast body of knowledge and material evidence of human civilisation to the Moon.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 07.06.2024
Research sets sail for the ocean
Research sets sail for the ocean
Oceans, which cover 70% of the planet, are in peril. Global research is mobilising to study and rescue it, and the CNRS is on the front lines, with over 1,000 scientists and 50 laboratories involved.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 29.05.2024
Is CO2 capture the key to carbon neutrality?
Is CO2 capture the key to carbon neutrality?
The European Commission is adamant: carbon capture and storage (CCS) will play a key role in the fight against climate change.

Environment - Philosophy - 14.05.2024
’It’s crucial to preserve the integrity of research while making sure researchers can freely express themselves’
The involvement of scientists in public debate has become a central issue.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 07.05.2024
Launch of GrapeBreed4IPM, a European project for sustainable solutions in viticulture

Environment - Research Management - 26.04.2024
The CNRS is coordinating the ’Climate, Biodiversity, Sustainable Societies’ programme agency
In December 2023, the President of the French Republic announced the launch of seven programme agencies.

Environment - Economics - 23.04.2024
The CNRS's low-carbon transition is progressing
The CNRS’s low-carbon transition is progressing
The first tangible effects of the CNRS's low-carbon transition plan can be seen a little over a year after the plan's launch.

Environment - 19.04.2024
Research AMIDEX, AMPIRIC Discover the new Ampiric website!

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 26.03.2024
LACCAVE: a ten-year research partnership to adapt viticulture to climate change

Environment - 25.03.2024
Travel & transport DDD Café DD St Charles site Marseille

Environment - 19.03.2024
Sustainable development DDD Collect and recycle your equipment!

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 21.02.2024
Decoding - Agricultural drought: understanding and adapting
Climate change and risks Agriculture is one of the sectors to be directly hit by the increased frequency of droughts.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 14.02.2024
Towards sustainable mountain pastoralism
PRESSE RELEASE - The EU project LIFE PASTORALP has come to an end after nearly six years.

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 01.02.2024
INRAE in Senegal: working with African and French partners for the transition of agrifood systems

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 26.01.2024
The TSARA initiative confirms its commitment to transforming agrifood systems through research and innovation in partnership with Africa

Environment - Sport - 19.12.2023
Will we be able to ski in a +2°C world?
The climate is getting warmer, and snow supply risk to snow tourism is growing. Can snowmaking be a solution?

Innovation - Environment - 07.12.2023
Michelin, the CNRS and l’Université Clermont Auvergne join forces to understand the science of tyre wear particles

Environment - Life Sciences - 04.12.2023
The Japanese beetle in Europe: modelling environmental suitability to customize pest monitoring strategies
The Japanese beetle is an insect pest that attacks a wide variety of plants. Slowly but steadily, it is spreading across the world.

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 04.12.2023
INRAE and JRC renew their collaboration for four years

Health - Environment - 28.11.2023
The fourth INRAE Awards ceremony honours research excellence for a more sustainable future

Environment - Research Management - 21.11.2023
Official Launch of the Soil Carbon International Research Consortium

Environment - Laboratory - 31.10.2023
Renewal of the international associated laboratory Ecoland building on successful results for Sino-French research on contaminated soils

Environment - 18.10.2023
Scientific culture BIODIVERSITÉ Identifying the birds on my campus - second week of spring
Scientific culture BIODIVERSITÉ Identifying the birds on my campus - second week of spring

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 11.10.2023
Research INSTITUT-SoMuM ’Wheat, vine, olive: transformations in the practices and representations of a Mediterranean triad’ - Mutations en Méditerranée (MeM) - call for contributions for issue 2 | 2024

Environment - Earth Sciences - 05.10.2023
Three questions for the students selected for the Bougainville mission
Sorbonne University Alliance Multidisciplinary research Mathilde, Thomas, Hugo and Manon are Master's students at Sorbonne University.

Environment - Innovation - 28.09.2023
An African-French UNESCO Chair for better use of natural resources and waste

Environment - Event - 20.09.2023
The ecologist Sandra Lavorel is awarded the CNRS 2023 Gold Medal
The ecologist Sandra Lavorel is awarded the CNRS 2023 Gold Medal

Earth Sciences - Environment - 11.09.2023
A climate mission at sea off the coast of Brazil
This past spring, the Amaryllis-Amagas mission took place off the coast of Brazil, aboard the legendary Marion Dufresne, the largest ship of the French oceanographic fleet.

Environment - Health - 28.08.2023
The environmental and health risks related to green algae
To coincide with the release of the film Les Algues vertes, directed by Pierre Jolivet, Dominique Davoult, Professor of Biological Oceanography at the Roscoff Marine Station, sheds light on the green tides that ravage more and more of Brittany's coasts every year.

Computer Science - Environment - 12.08.2023
Ecological transition: a central concern of CBPsmn activities and research
Emmanuel Quémener, from CBPsmn, presents his immersion cooling project. When research and transition progress in tandem.

Environment - History / Archeology - 24.07.2023
A return to swimming in the Seine?
Banned since 1923 due to health risks, swimming in the Seine should be possible again starting in 2025.

Environment - History / Archeology - 20.07.2023
A return to swimming in the Seine soon?
Banned since 1923 due to health risks, swimming in the Seine should be possible again starting in 2025.

Environment - 19.07.2023
2023 International students Welcome week

Environment - 19.07.2023
International students Welcome week

Health - Environment - 11.07.2023
New Franco-Thai laboratory to investigate connections between biodiversity and human health
New Franco-Thai laboratory to investigate connections between biodiversity and human health

Environment - Life Sciences - 10.07.2023
Mission Bougainville: scientists and soldiers commit to marine biodiversity
To preserve the ocean, we need to know who is living there. They are made up of tens of billions of microorganisms known as the oceanic microbiome.

Environment - Research Management - 29.06.2023
The network of ENS in France and IISER in India creates Biosantexc

Social Sciences - Environment - 26.06.2023
Event INSTITUT-SoMuM International Study Days - Vulnerabilities, resistance, social recognition (October 11-12, 2023)
The International Study Days on "Vulnerability, Resistance and Social Recognition" are organized by the SoMuM Institute (Sociétés en Mutation en Méditerranée), with the Aix Marseille Université labor

Environment - Earth Sciences - 23.06.2023
Vikrant Jain, affiliated professor at EVS
Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN) Affiliated Professor 2022-24 - (June 2022) June 19 to July 17, 2023 (stay planned in 2024) Inviting Researcher: Hervé Piégay Prof. Vikrant Jain is a river scientist with basic training in geosciences.

Environment - 09.06.2023
Shishir Gaur, affiliated professor at EVS
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Affiliated Professor 2023-25 - June 15 to July 15, 2023 ( (Stays planned in 2024 and 2025) Inviting Researcher: Her

Environment - Earth Sciences - 11.05.2023
BathyBot: A robot wakes up in the depths of the Mediterranean
  BathyBot is the first deep-sea robot permanently installed in Europe, more than 2400 meters deep. It has just begun its mission in the Mediterranean Sea and has unveiled the first images of its environment.

Earth Sciences - Environment - 10.05.2023
Oceanographic cruise to further elucidate how ocean stores carbon
Oceanographic cruise to further elucidate how ocean stores carbon
From 2 June to 17 July 2023, an oceanographic cruise dubbed APERO, jointly led by CNRS researchers, will be conducted in the north-east Atlantic.

Environment - 27.04.2023
On track for the creation of the IPOS, the new International Panel for Ocean Sustainability
On track for the creation of the IPOS, the new International Panel for Ocean Sustainability

Environment - 20.04.2023
The Ice Memory operation saved Arctic climate heritage after an expedition endangered by unexpected meltwater
The Ice Memory Foundation calls for a rapid action by the international community to save the memory of the world's glaciers.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 14.04.2023
Deep seabed mining in 5 questions
. COP27, Egypt. Emmanuel Macron declares, before an assembly of heads of state and governments from all over the world, that France supports the prohibition of all mining of the deep seabed. If the co

Environment - 14.04.2023
Biological invasions as costly as natural disasters
Biological invasions as costly as natural disasters
For the last 40 years, the financial losses caused by biological invasions have been equivalent to those caused by storms or floods.
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