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Roundtable on Air Pollution

05/06/20

Roundtable on Air Pollution

Air pollution by fine particles is a global issue. It is the main health risk and the main cause of non-communicable diseases, the second largest contributor to global warming (just after CO2), and with quantities of fine particles arriving in the ocean more than twice the amount of plastic waste...

Version 1.0 of COMOKIT

26/05/20

COMOKIT

IRD in Vietnam has set up a multidisciplinary team of researchers from UMMISCO (Huynh Quang Nghi, Nguyen Ngoc Doanh, Alexis Drogoul, Benoit Gaudou, Arthur Brugière, Kevin Chapuis), MIVEGEC (Marc Choisy, Damien Philippon) and DIADE (Pierre Larmande), assisted by colleagues from INRAE ​​(Patrick...

Presentation of IRD activities in Vietnam by Mr. Alexis Drogoul, IRD Representative in Vietnam

14/01/20

Franco-Vietnamese meeting on environmental protection at MOFA

Fête de la science - enfant microscope

AR 2019 - For an open and shared science

In 2019, actions aimed at involving the general public primarily focused on achieving SDGs with exhibitions, events, conferences and debates, workshops, film screenings and actions specifically targeted at young people and teacher training, in mainland and Overseas France and our partner countries.

Café scientifique en Equateur

Public events

Lectures, debates, science cafés, film screenings, book presentations, theatre and more - over 290 events on the theme of research for development are organised for the general public every year in around 30 countries.

The MARECO card game.

Innovation and scientific culture in Reunion Island

The IRD's research thematics address global issues that touch everyone. In order to promote the results of their work and to share the scientific culture with the general public, especially with the youth, scientists are carrying out various actions to foster the dialogue between science and society...

Vibration tests

Partnership in Southern Africa

In order to conduct their research, the IRD, the CNRS and Cirad cooperate with numerous research organisations and universities in Southern Africa and promote the creation of long-term partnership tools.