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Lors de la signature du MoU et de l'inauguration du nouveau bâtiment du CEFIRSE, le Consul Général de France à Bangalore et le Directeur de l'Indian Institute of Science devant la plaque du CEFIRSE.

06/12/21

A new MoU for CEFIRSE has been signed between the Indian Institute of Science and several French organisations including IRD and CNRS

On 22 November, an official ceremony at the Indo-French Cell for Water Sciences (CEFIRSE) sealed a four-year partnership between the Indian Institute of Science and 6 French organisations, including IRD.

Signature de l'accord-cadre entre l’IRD et l’Université de Chulalongkor

02/11/21

A new MoU signed between IRD and Chulalongkorn University

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to increase scientific cooperation between IRD and Chulalongkorn University was signed on Tuesday October 26 by the two institutions.

Travaux pratiques lors de l'atelier

07/09/21

A workshop on extraction techniques

A workshop dedicated to the study of extractive chemistry techniques was held at the Faculty of Pharmacy in Vientiane with the support of the AUF, the SEP2D programme and the cabinet of the Academy of Sciences and Technology of Laos.

Invasion of coral reefs by COTS

21/06/21

Remote training workshop: Monitoring and managing COTS outbreaks on the coral reefs of Southeast Sulawesi, Kendari

Among the broad range of large-scale disturbances that affect Indo-Pacific coral reefs, the coral-eating starfish Acanthaster planci (“crown-of-thorns”, referred to as COTs) is a major cause of coral reef destruction, whose impact is quantitatively comparable to cyclones. Monitoring and managing...

Veterinary training aiming at improving the animal disease surveillance system. Susan Katsande, veterinary trainer.

04/03/21

[Video] Immersion in the fight against zoonotic and animal diseases in Zimbabwe

Scientists from IRD, CIRAD and the University of Zimbabwe set up training courses and research projects to strengthen the country's autonomy in the face of animal and zoonotic diseases, via the CAZCOM project. Meet them in the field, in this video!

Affiche du webinaire Women in Science en Thaïlande

11/02/21

Webinar | Inspiring Career Paths: Successful stories of Women in Science

To celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11th, Valérie Verdier, IRD's Chairman of the board and CEO, gave an opening speech during the webinar: "Inspiring Career Paths: Successful stories of Women in Science shattering the glass ceiling".

Student training at the University of Western Cape, South Africa.

11/08/20

Call for Applications: Virtual workshop for African early career researchers

Apply to this virtual capacity building workshop before 17 August.

Launching of a CTD-rosette.

16/06/20

[Meet a scientist] Moagabo Ragoasha: once an IRD scholarship holder, now an oceanographer in the SA-France network

Moagabo Ragoasha has just defended her PhD and is now a qualified South African physical oceanographer. Thanks to the IRD scholarship program, she had the opportunity to share her PhD time between France and South Africa. Let’s have a chat with her so she can share her experience with us!

Bandeau vierge

04/05/20

Jeunes équipes associées à l'IRD - call for proposals 2020

IRD opens a new call for the creation of "JEAI, les jeunes équipes associées à l'Institut".

Pirogue

02/01/20

Trouver des approches pertinentes pour la gestion des ressources naturelles

The start of the year 2020 sees the creation of a new young team associated with the IRD in Southern Africa: ITANGO-MOZ (Innovative Tools and Approaches for Natural Resource Governance in Mozambique). The Maputo-based team aims at reflecting on current policies and practices and at defining tools...

PSF BIODIG (2019-2021)

In partnership with the University of Ghana, this training project aims to develop the skills of students in genomics and bioinformatics at the University's two centres of excellence: the West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens (WACCBIP) and the West African Centre for Crop...

PSF EDI (2021-2023)

The Itinerant Doctoral School (EDI) is a week-long methodological training course for doctoral students in the Humanities and Social Sciences enrolled in a university located in an African country. The programme was founded in 2016 by the Research Institute on Contemporary Maghreb (IRMC, Tunis), and...

PSF BIODIV (2021-2023)

In a context of climate and demographic change, the BIODIV PSF-TMR offers several workshops in bioinformatics, notably on high-throughput sequencing and the exploration of microbial biodiversity for the energy transition (LMI BIOTEC H2), or in response to environmental and anthropic disturbances...

PSF DONNÉES (2021-2023)

The DONNÉES project focuses on data organisation, processing, standards and more, applied to marine ecology in Tropical and Mediterranean Regions. The objective is to offer an “open science” training workshop in Madagascar. It includes a component on data management, as well as an introduction to...

Mangrove trees.

[Project] Mikoko - Conservation and resilience of Kenyan mangrove forests

French solidarity fund for innovative projects (FSPI) January 2019 - December 2020 Kenya

Simultaneous launch of fixe laser beams from the Maïdo observatory, La Réunion.

[Project] ARSAIO - Atmospheric Research in Southern Africa and Indian Ocean

International Research Project (IRP) January 2019 - December 2023 Reunion Island, Madagascar, South Africa

PSF-Sud CLIMACTS (2019-2021)

Located in the heart of the Greater Antilles, the republic of Haiti is not only on the borderline of two tectonic plates; it is also in the path of the tropical cyclones that originate in the Atlantic Ocean. The environment impact associated with its geographical location heighten its vulnerability...

PSF-South ARID (2019-2021)

All the partners for this project, spread across 3 continents - Africa, Latin America and Europe - have a single study subject: changes in water resources in arid and semiarid regions. Realising a library of digital resources accessible to all for the training of students, engineers and technicians...

PSF-South RECIMAR (2019-2021)

North and North-East Brazil have a large number of top-level researchers and lecturers in marine sciences. However, the region still has no internationally renowned scientific institution devoted to this field. The RECIMAR project contributes, alongside research projects, to creating the conditions...

PSF-South R3CE (2019-2021)

“By yourself, you go more quickly; together, you go further.” Inspired by this African proverb, the RCS3E project, sponsored by the university of Abdou Moumouni in Niamey, aims to bring together an ensemble of African and French academics as part of research schools focusing on the issue of invasive...