Tuesday, March 24th : Science sandwich #3"What can we learn about biology from mountain-dwelling plants?"with Sébastien Lavergne, Laboratoire d’Ecologie Alpine, CNRS – Université Grenoble Alpes
Tuesday, April 14th Science Sandwich #4"Why understanding human relationships is key for coexisting with large carnivores."with Lou Lecuyer, Institut national de recherche pour l’agriculture, l’alimentation et l’environnement (INRAE)
Science on high CREA Mont-Blanc's blog
> Date 22/01/2020
In October 2019, CREA Mont-Blanc headed to Chamonix’s Frison-Roche High School to present their work on climate change and mountain biodiversity. A group of 10th grade art students used the presentation as a source of inspiration to create artwork, which you can check out below. Their art...
> Date 08/01/2020
In 2018, CREA Mont-Blanc launched a series of scientific seminars open to the public. Once a month (typically on a Tuesday), you are invited to the Mont-Blanc Observatory, home of CREA Mont-Blanc, to meet researchers studying issues that affect the mountains. As the name “Science...
> Date 12/12/2019
“As humans, I think we are very good at short-term optimization and making the most of opportunities and conditions on a day-to-day basis (such as skiing on a beautiful day)…It’s much more difficult for us to plan ahead and consider how our lives and how our environment might be different in 10...
> Date 23/10/2019
Invisible, microscopic, dirty…the soil beneath our feet is a home to a little known and often neglected world. However, an estimated 80% of the world’s animal biodiversity lives in soil…and it is extremely diverse! Soil fauna is extraordinarily diverse in color, shape,...
> Date 16/10/2019
Organized by CREA Mont-Blanc and the Communauté de Communes de la Vallée de Chamonix the second edition of the Mont-Blanc Lab was a creative, multidisciplinary and intense experience. Get a special view into Marie’s exhausted and inspired head by reading her real-time account, written as...
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