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Visiting scientists

These scientists come here for a few months to work with the TULIP LabEx’s teams and interact with them through collaborative projects, seminars, lectures, etc...

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Chad Pearson « Visiting Scientist » seminar in Moulis

Chad Pearson « Visiting Scientist » seminar in Moulis

06.19.2018 SETE seminar room

Chad Pearson will give a second seminar, this time in the Moulis SETE, « Basal body associated striated fibers control their length to organize...

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Chad Pearson « Visiting Scientist » seminar in Toulouse

Chad Pearson « Visiting Scientist » seminar in Toulouse

06.13.2018 Marc-Ridet conference room (INRA Auzeville campus)

Chad Pearson will give a seminar « Altered centrosomal trafficking disrupts cilia assembly and signal transduction in Down syndrome » wednesday...

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Andries Temme « Visiting Scientist » seminar

Andries Temme « Visiting Scientist » seminar

05.23.2018 Marc-Ridet conference room

Andries Temme will give a seminar « Traits, trade-offs, and tolerance: The genetic basis of key traits associated with abiotic stress tolerance in...

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Mark Derbyshire « Visiting Scientist » seminar

Mark Derbyshire « Visiting Scientist » seminar

03.15.2018 Marc-Ridet conference room (INRA Auzeville campus)

Mark Derbyshire will give a seminar « Selective sweeps in the genome of the broad host range plant pathogenic fungus Sclerotinia sclerotiorum: how...

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Alexandra Rose « Visiting Scientist » seminar

Alexandra Rose « Visiting Scientist » seminar

11.28.2017 4R1 seminar room (UPS)

Alexandra Rose will give a seminar « Studying Native Pollinators with Citizen Scientists: What we’ve learned about conserving bees and how to do...

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Kathryn Jones

Kathryn Jones "Visiting Scientists" seminar

07/11/2017 Marc-Ridet (campus INRA Auzeville)

Kathryn Jones will give a seminar « The role of the Sinorhizobium meliloti exopolysaccharide succinoglycan in host plant invasion and in bacterial...

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Louis Bernatchez

Louis Bernatchez "Prestige" seminar

10.17.2017 4R1 seminar room (Paul Sabatier University)

Louis Bernatchez will give a seminar "On the maintenance of adaptive potential in the face of environmental change: considerations from population...

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Macarena Marin

Macarena Marin "Visiting Scientists" seminar

11.15.2017 Marc-Ridet (INRA Auzeville campus)

Macarena Marin will give a seminar "What lessons can we learn from cheating the root nodule symbiosis?" on November 15th, 2017 in the Marc-Ridet...

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Jill Olofsson « Visiting Scientist » seminar

Jill Olofsson « Visiting Scientist » seminar

10.04.2017 Marc-Ridet (INRA Auzeville campus)

Jill Olofsson will give a seminar « Next generation biogeography and the origins of adaptive novelties » on wednesday, October 04th at 11:00 a.m in...

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Hans Motte

Hans Motte "Visiting Scientists" seminar

31/07/2017 Marc-Ridet (campus INRA Auzeville)

Hans Motte will give a seminar "Root development in Arabidopsis and beyond: how to learn from evolution?" on July 31th, 2017 in the Marc-Ridet...

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