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Symposiums and seminars

You fill find below a list of scientific events organized by the TULIP LabEx.
Makoto Hayashi « Visiting Scientists » seminar

Makoto Hayashi « Visiting Scientists » seminar

Makoto Hayashi - from the RIKEN Center for Sustainable Resource Science - will give TULIP seminar talk on August 30th, at 11:00 a.m. Meet him at the...
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Registration is now open for the TULIP International Meeting !

International Meeting is every year a milestone in the LabEx life. We are delighted to announce that the 2016 event will also host the members of the...
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Gregory Martin Seminar

Prestige Seminar : Gregory Martin

Gregory Martin - Cornell University - makes us the pleasure of a presentation about molecular basis of the tomato response to Pseudomonas syringae...
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D. S. Guttman & D .Desveaux

D. S. Guttman & D .Desveaux seminars

Taking opportunity of famous scientists visits, David S. Guttman & Darrell Desveaux, both belonging to Toronto University, Department of Cell and...
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Meeting 2015

Meeting 2015

This new edition of TULIP meeting will take stock of the progress of the central key projects, at the core of scientific strategy LabEx. In addition...
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P.Legendre

P.Legendre : A father of the "Numerical Ecology" on Toulouse

Thanks to the "visiting scientist programme" of the TULIP Labex the EDB will welcome next may, professor Pierre Legendre, a renowned guest whose...
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Séminaire de C.Zipfel

C.Zipfel seminar

Prof. Cyril Zipfel (The Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich, UK) will present the seminar intitled "Connecting the dots: linking PAMP perception to...
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Meeting 2014

Third Meeting

TULIP 2014 Meeting will be a milestone in the LabEx life. Both in continuity with previous ones, it will gather the scientific communitie of its...
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Jan Komdeur

J. Komdeur: Behavioural adaptations in relation to ecological and social conditions

The 8th of November (10:30 / 12:30: Seminar room "4R1" Building - Paul Sabatier University, UT3), the prof. & Dr. J. Komdeur (Head of the Behavioural...
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J.Deutsch

A day about genes with Jean Deutsch

Because of Jean Deutsch coming, a special meeting is planed on the 20th of september in Marc Ridet room (INRA Auzeville). Organized by TULIP LabEx &...
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