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Invitation: French Scientific Café, 20 October, 7pm at the Alliance Française Canberra!

The Embassy of France is organizing a French Scientific Café at the Alliance Francaise in Canberra on the 20th of October from 7 to 8:30pm. This café will focus on the 4/1000 initiative and the carbon sequestration for agriculture purposes. Guy Webb, agronomist from Forbes NSW, will come and present his SOIL C QUEST 2031 project  (www.scq.net.au).

We would be happy to see you there

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A Deep Blue Challenge

One of the most accessible and complete reports on the state of our oceans is now available as a free download. Tackling issues from carbon dioxide absorption to sea level rise, plastic pollution and overfishing, some 160 ocean specialists working in 50 different scientific fields have contributed to this book, whose aim is to increase awareness to what has become one of today’s most pressing and urgent challenges: the Oceans

 

Read the article on CNRS News

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AFRAN Forum 2017 in Canberra

Dear AFRAN Members,

 

The AFRAN Association is delighted to announce that the AFRAN Forum 2017 will take place in Canberra on the 7th and 8th of December.

The program will include a networking cocktail reception at the Embassy of France in Australia on the evening of the 7th of December.

 

We look forward to seeing you!

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CNRS Newsletter October 2017

The CNRS News letter is available on this link

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The Great Barrier Reef can repair itself, with a little help from science

The conversation has edited an article on how science could help the recovery of the coral reefs from recent unprecedented coral bleaching events

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French and Australian experts on solving the world’s sustainability challenge

The Conversation presents a reflexion from French and Australian experts on how to fight climate change, and limit warming according to the 2015 Paris Agreement.

 

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GRude Seminar

Call for Papers-George Rudé Seminar in French History and Civilisation

We are pleased to announce the 21st George Rudé Seminar in French History and Civilisation, which will be hosted by The Australian National University in Canberra from 4 to 7 July 2018.

The George Rudé Seminar in French History and Civilisation is the premier conference in French historical and cultural studies in the southern hemisphere. This biennial event recognises the contribution of George Rudé to the study of French history and culture in Australasia and internationally. Each conference produces a peer-reviewed collection in the journal French History and Civilisation, published through H-France.

 

Closing Date: 1 December 2017

 

Download the Call for papers:George Rude Seminar 2018 – Call for Papers

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RECRUITING EMERGING LEADERS IN ONCOLOGY

By offering a significant  support, the call for proposal “Recruiting emerging leaders in Oncology” welcomes new scientific talents in France to set up their research teams in translational research.

Projects must be in line with the ARC Foundation’s scientific strategy for accelerating discoveries, developing new treatments, preventive and therapeutic approaches in the field of oncology with a translational part.

Launch of the call for projects: October 2017
Return of complete files presented by the host structure: March 20th 2018
Audition of pre-selected projects by an international ad hoc committee: Mid May 2018
Final selection by the ARC Foundation: June 2018
Installation of the new team: starting 2nd semester 2018

More information on the ARC Foundation web page