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Les calamars chassent ou se reproduisent la nuit.

International virtual Symposium on Coastal and Marine Biodiversity (ISCOMBIO 2020)

L'Indonésie est l'une des plus grandes nations maritimes du monde. Cet État archipélagique occupe une position et un rôle uniques et stratégiques dans la socio-économie et les sciences mondiales. D'ici 2030, ce pays émergent devrait devenir l'une des premières puissances économiques mondiales.

nourrissage de poissons en cages flottantes, dans le lac de Cirata (Indonésie, 2006)

Aquaculture at the crossroads of global warming and antimicrobial resistance

Antimicrobial resistance is responsible for some 700 000 deaths each year worldwide. In relation to this phenomenon, a team of researchers from IRD and CIRAD have raised the alarm regarding the development of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria in aquaculture, which is affecting fish production and...

Morphologie ultrastructurale du coronavirus.

A COVID-19 interdisciplinary and partnership-based scientific committee at IRD

IRD has created a COVID-19 interdisciplinary and partnership-based scientific committee. Composed of 8 members, who are researchers from the Institute and partners from the South, it is led by the Director of the "Societies and Globalization" Department and the Director of the "Health and Societies"...

Armadillo.

[Project] ConvergeAnt - An Integrative Approach to Understanding Convergent Evolution in Ant-eating Mammals

September 2016 - August 2021 South Africa

Wild Namibian chacma baboon.

[Project] Tsaobis Baboon – Behaviour, health and genetics of wild baboons

2000 - 2022 Namibia

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

Research in Southern Africa

Research projects are defined and carried out jointly by the researchers and their counterparts in Southern Africa.

As a small rodent living in South Africa, the four striped-mouse, genus Rhabdomys , faces many challenges to live and breed. Nest-selection is particularly important for small creatures to hide from predators and protect the young.

[Project] DROUGHT - Response to drought, climate change and climate unpredictability

International Research Project (IRP) January 2019 - December 2023 South Africa