Claire Gouny is the LabEx COTE's Transfer, Valorisation, and Communication Manager. Her studies at Bordeaux 1 (degree in Earth and Marine Sciences and a Masters in biological anthropology, paleoanthropology and prehistory) make her more comfortable talking about science rather than practising it! After a master specialised in science mediation she was put in charge of scientific communication.PortraitsMonday 07 January 2013 by THORAVAL Audrey. Last update Friday 28 March 2014
"Do Scenarios have the COTE dimension?": was held on May 16, 2013, at 2pm in the lecture hall of the Institute of Molecular Sciences (ISM), University of Bordeaux 1, build. A12, 3rd floor, east wing. This seminar addressed this COTE issue through five questions. What is a scenario? Why do we use scenarios? How are they built? How are they used? What are the possible scenarios for our ecosystems?Reports on 2013 COTE exchange seminarsMonday 24 February 2014 by GOUNY Claire. Last update Monday 24 February 2014
The first scientific seminar of the LabEx COTE "Use, impacts and the future of pesticides. What research for LabEx COTE?" was held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, in the lecture hall of the ISM, University of Bordeaux 1. Following this seminar, a working group gathered on July 11, 2013.Reports on 2013 COTE exchange seminarsMonday 24 February 2014 by GOUNY Claire.
The "Functional Approaches: opportunities, hesitations" seminar was held on Tuesday, October 15, 2013, from 2-6pm in the lecture hall of the ISM.Reports on 2013 COTE exchange seminarsMonday 24 February 2014 by GOUNY Claire.
SAVE ( Vineyard Health & Agroecology ) is a Joint Research Unit (UMR) of INRA and the Agronomical School of Bordeaux (ENITA). The unit is comprised of 38 permanent staff including 8 scientists and 8 phD thesis students and postdocs. SAVE activities are dedicated to grape protection, especially from pests, pathogens and pathogen vectors. The unit comprises of plant-pathologists, entomologists,...PartnersThursday 09 February 2012 by THORAVAL Audrey. Last update Thursday 20 February 2014
GREThA ( Research Group in Theoretical and Applied Economics ) is a Joint Research Unit (UMR) consisting of CNRS and the University of Bordeaux, and was created in 2007 to specialise in the field of environmental economics. GREThA aims to combine economic, ecological, mathematical and numerical modelling in order to address environmental management issues across the following areas i)...PartnersThursday 09 February 2012 by THORAVAL Audrey. Last update Thursday 20 February 2014