Tuesday, March 24th : Science sandwich #3
CANCELLED"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)
Tuesday, June 23rd : Science sandwich #5"From impacts to adaptation: understanding climate change and the Alp's iconic glacier tourism sites"with Emmanuel Salim, PhD candidate at EDYTEM Laboratory
Science on high CREA Mont-Blanc's blog
> Date 18/03/2020
Female plants? Male plants ? Both at once? Since Darwin’s time, scientists have been fascinated by the diversity of plant sexuality, which is a result of a long evolutionary process. In this article, we’ll give an overview of plant sexuality in the different species observed in...
> Date 09/03/2020
At this point, the evidence is clear: glacier retreat is accelerating as a direct result of climate change. But what about the plants that colonize previously glaciated zones and that are slowly transforming alpine landscapes? The first results of the field campaigns carried out last year by...
> Date 03/03/2020
On February 18th, Anne Lassman-Trapier, president of the local nonprofit, “Inspire” did a Science Sandwich on air quality in the Mont-Blanc region. She explained which pollutants are present in the valley and where they come from. A summary of the main concepts can be found...
> 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...
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