Program 2015 BioResources & BioDiversity - Master BioSciences

The Master Degree Course is scheduled from May 26 to June 7 at the ENS de Lyon, Amphi Bio, site Monod.

May, 26

Themes : Introduction & philosophy of science

Morning session (10-12am)
The pedagogic team, Ioan Negrutiu, course guidelines, field trip infos Natural resources : bioproductivity and biodiversity

Afternoon session (2 – 4 pm)
Guillaume Lecointre, MNHN Paris : The species, a man-made enterprise

Late session (4 - 6 pm)
Students’ work and who is who. ISARA students personal work. Preparing the synthesis.

May, 27

Themes : Plant Diversity : from Molecules to Functions

Morning session (10-12am)
Ioan Negrutiu :
Morpho - biochemical innovations that feed the world : seed storage proteins

Afternoon session (2 – 4 pm)
Philippe Hugueney INRA Colmar
The magic of plants : secondary metabolites and “the case of vine”

Late session (4-6 pm)
Fascination of Plants day campaign, May 2015. Student presentations with Olivier Hamant, Ioan Negrutiu et al.

May, 28

Themes : Co-evolution and Socio- ecosystemic Experiments

Morning session (10-12am)
Student presentations –
Simon Klein Macquerie,University, Toulouse3
Apiculture, bees evo and the Pollinator Crisis (Colony Collapse Disorder)

Afternoon and Late sessions (2 – 6 pm)
Philippe Fleury (ISARA Lyon), Hugues Vernier (BioVallée), Marie-Laure Duffaud-Prévost (INRA Avignon et Supagro Montpellier).
BioVallée, Eco-transition in real-life

May, 29

Themes : Geopolitics1 : Resources and Biodiversity

Morning session (10-12am)
Egizio Valceschini, INRA, SCAR, ESF
European Bioeconomy Strategy and Geopolitics of Natural Resources

Afternoon session (2 – 4 pm)
Didier Babin, CIRAD TETIS
Man & biosphere. Biodiversity for sustainable development in international negotiations

May, 30-31

Field trip - Biodiversity in time & space
Camargue and Plaine de la Crau : practicals on man and biosphere ; BioVallée picknick Exemple : l’agriculture en Camargue et sur le domaine de la Tour du Valat.

June, 1

Themes : Biodiversity,Ecosystems & Economy 1

Morning session (10-12am)
Denis Couvet, MNHN Paris
Biodiversity : Observation networks, indicators and scenarios

Afternoon session and Late session (2 – 6pm)
Jean-Pascal Bassino, ENS : Ecosystem services and the social value of Nature 1 / Non-financial reporting,
Jean-Louis Weber, EEA Copenhague, Ecosystem services and the social value of Nature 2.

June, 2

Themes : Biodiversity in time & space. Adaptive Evolution. The Soil as Socio- Ecosystemic Resource.

Morning session (10-12am)
Philippe Billet, IDE Lyon
The soil ecosystem and land use : economic, political and legal issues

Afternoon session (2 – 4 pm)
Gilles Escarguel, Univ Lyon 1
Spatio-temporal variations of Biodiversity in deep geological times : common and unusual features

June, 3

Themes : Inclusive sustainability. Co-evolution : Domestication & Breeding

Morning session (10-12am)
Bruno Parmentier - Debate : health, food, education, environment (in French) Avec l’ISARA Lyon et Ioan Negrutiu

Afternoon session (2 – 4 pm)
Michèle Boichard, INRA Paris
Impact of domestication and intensive selection on biology and genetic diversity of chickens

Late session (4-6 pm)
Anne Tresset, MNHN Paris
Animal domestication and the beginning of husbandry : the archaeo- zoological data.

June, 4

Themes : Rights to Food, Land, Resources. The Marine Ecosystems Diversity and Adaptations

Morning session (10-12am)
François Collart Dutilleul – Univ Nantes
"Le programme Lascaux : penser l’ajustement des ressources naturelles et des besoins sociaux"

Afternoon session (2 – 4 pm)
Joel Durant, CEES Oslo,
From evolutionary ecology synthesis to ecological economics – the GreenMar program

Late session (4-6 pm)
Chris Bowler, ENS Paris Molecular insights into the secrets of oceanic plankton and its fate in a changing climate

June, 5

Themes : Demography and Geopolitics of Resources 2

Morning session (10-12am)
Michel Sourrouille, Didier Barthès Réseau Biosphère
L’urgence écologique de repenser la démographie

Afternoon session and Late session (2-6 pm)
Matthieu Calame, FPH Paris
CONCLUSIONS Agricultures, civilisations and power systems

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14 mai 2015