Deadline for application: 2 November 2017
An exceptional PhD program in the exciting dynamic and interactive research environment of the institut Pasteur in collaboration with Parisian Universities. The PhD Program is for students holding a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in science, medecine or related fields from a non French university.
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This year at IAC17 in Adelaide, you have the opportunity to meet some of the best
Australian Space and Spatial start-ups and hear their pitch at the New Space &
Date: Wednesday 27th September 2017
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IMéRA and its partners are issuing 4 calls, one per programme. Each programme is associated with a “white” (or general) call and a set of specific residencies jointly managed by local, national or international partners. These specific residencies include chairs reserved for experienced researchers
To see the call on the IMéRA website
Bulletin de veille science et technologie – Ambassade de France en Australie – Science and Technology Newsletter – Embassy of France in Australia
The Embassy of France is delighted to send you the Science and Technology Newsletter for August 2017.
L’Ambassade de France en Australie a le plaisir de vous adresser l’édition d’août 2017 du bulletin de veille Science et Technologie édité par le poste.
This grants programme is a joint initiative of the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) and UN Environment, to catalyze implementation of the ICRI Plan of Action 2016-2018 and the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA) resolution 2/12 on sustainable coral reefs management. Grants under this programme are funded by UN Environment through contributions from France and the Principality of Monaco.
Application Deadline: 15th of September, 2017
more about this program on the ICRI website
Since the industrial revolution, our planet is the theatre of faster and faster changes due to humans’ activities. Some species can’t adapt as fast as we are changing their environment. The coral reefs are currently facing major threats and according to the scientific community may disappear in three decades if no consistent appropriate action is taken. Time has come to engage in the design of innovative solutions to preserve coral reefs.
The Embassy of France in Australia wants to take advantage of the stopover in Sydney of the Tara schooner 19th to 23rd of August 2017 to organise a workshop to build awareness of the critical state of coral reefs but also to underline the major role both scientists and policy makers can play in the design of appropriate solutions to ensure coral reef protection.
Building up both on the French-Australian joint declaration on protecting the world’s coral reefs adopted during the COP22 and on the conclusions of the 2016 Joint Science and Technology Meeting where biodiversity conservation was acknowledged as a major priority for the bilateral scientific cooperation, this workshop aims to deliver a strong scientific and political message towards coral reef conservation to the international community. It will also support the interactions between French, Pacific and Australian researchers on coral reefs to exchange views and identify opportunities for new collaborations. In addition, France being currently the co-chair of the International Coral Reefs Initiative (ICRI) Secretariat for two years, this workshop seeks to take inspiration of innovative conservation solutions that can nurture further international political action.
This event will take place on the 22nd of August at the Australian National Maritim Museum, in Sydney.
Feel free to contact the embassy if you are interested in attending this workshop:
On this hot topic, the ICRI is initiating a grant program
Being an INRA researcher means supporting the Institute in its commitment to open science with digital tools. INRA uses open competitions to recruit experienced researchers who are proficient at designing and conducting research projects.
Applications are open from 3 July to 30 August (online applications) or 1st September (paper applications) 2017.