The summer drink of the LBM took place on Monday, this drink allows us to celebrate a first semester well filled before perhaps some well deserved summer vacations.
We participated Friday, June 24th at the first general meeting of the Grand Programme de Recherche Bordeaux Plant Science in which the LBM is strongly involved. A morning of presentations and discussions within our plant science community.
The LBM decided to redesign its coffee corner and lunch space. Here are some pictures of the rooms after the work and the refurbishment! Everything is not yet tidied up and everything has not yet arrived, but it is progressing.I greatly thank all those who took their time to participate, design – realization – painting
After two year of zoom, our first in person meeting, for our HFSP consortium in Bordeaux. How do plants deal with decision making at the multicellular level without a centralized nervous system ? With Sarah Walker, Rishi Balherao, George Bassel ’s and E. Bayer’s teams. Brillant discussions super nice time together !
Erwan Chavonet joined the lab as Post Doc June 1rst, just in time to start an experiment on combined abiotic and biotic stress on grapevine, in the frame of the GPR “Biology Plant Science” funded project PROMISE. This collaborative project involves Fred and Claire from our unit, as well as researchers from the neighbor units BFP ,
We are very happy to welcome in the lab Armel Mouako Pandong, from IRAD La Dibamba (Cameroun). He will stay 3 months for his master 2 internship to discover our lab and analyse palm oil extracts. His internship is funded by the CNRS in the frame of the Germpalm project, a collaborative project between France
Between June 13th and 15th, the very best of European research community in plant science has gathered in Bordeaux for the EPSO general assembly invited by the GPR Bordeaux Plant Science, the University of Bordeaux and INRAE Bordeaux. Three 3 days of uninterrupted labor, scientific work and discussions on plant sciences in which Jérôme Joubès,
From May 10th to 13th, a thematic school entitled « Lipid Analyses applied to palm samples” was organized by Laetitia Fouille, Denis Coulon and Claire Bréhélin. This school was funded by the CNRS in the frame of the Germpalm project, a collaborative project between France and Africa. We were very happy to welcome Felicité Djien, PhD