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The Foundation supports three categories of projects:

Research projects Training projects Dissemination, promotion and transfer projects
Exploratory and innovative projects;
Disciplinary projects exploring research fronts;
Major multidisciplinary flagship projects.
Creation of training courses;
Establishment of MOOCs;
International thematic schools.
International scientific events;
Project maturation/transfer;
Publication and dissemination.

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ARIBAD network

A training and research network for resistant rice in Africa

During this 6-week mobility of Pr. Adam Bogdanove in Montpellier (France) and in West-Africa, the primary objectives that we aim to achieve will be to : • Conduct lectures and workshops to meet education and training needs at the African institution(s). • Build regional strain collections for collaborative study. Lay the groundwork for long-term collaboration including personnel exchanges for training and (...)
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Accompagner l’insertion des jeunes dans les agricultures familiales au Sud : enjeux, perspectives, programmes d’action pour le développement, la recherche, la formation

Support for the organisation of the conference "Supporting the integration of young people into family farming in the South: issues, perspectives, action programmes for development, research and training", which aims to contribute, through the exchange of practices and experiences, to strategic thinking on supporting the integration of young people into family farming in the South. More specifically, it aims to (i) to gain a better (...)
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AEX-RJN

Accueil Pr Rebecca Nelson pour les explorations agroecologiques

Rebecca Nelson is motivated by concern for agricultural sustainability and the roles of smallholders in transitions to agroecological farming, and an interest in agroecological pest and disease management. Her current roles include the following: Scientific Director of the McKnight Foundation Collaborative Crop Research Program (CCRP, co-directed with Jane Maland Cady), which is focused on agroecological intensification of smallholder (...)
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AdaptiveSpodo

Adaptation to host-plants in Spodoptera

Several species in Spodoptera genus are infamous pests against very diverse crops due to their extreme polyphage. These pest species include S.frugiperda, S.littoralis, and S.litura. The genetic basis of adaptation of these species to crops can be useful information to make plans for pest-prevention. Rapidly developing sequencing technologies make it possible to identify precise targets of natural selection and the mode of (...)
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COEX

Adaptive Governance for Coexistance of Crop Diversity Management Systems

Adaptative Governance for the Coexistence of Crop Diversity Management Systems
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Agro&Grain

Agro&Grains - Involving plant and environmental sciences in the 8th International Conference on Micromechanics of Granular Media: Powder&Grains, 3-7 July 2017, Montpellier

The specific objective of this application is to foster the emergence of new approaches in biology, agronomy, ecology and environmental sciences, by bringing together communities from different disciplines that have little opportunity to interact. The new interdisciplinary research fronts involving these different fields associated with the physics of divided media are considerable: modelling and understanding of cellular interactions during (...)
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AGRO2010

Agro2010: The international Scientific week Around Agronomy - August 29 - September 3, 2010

The International Scientific Week Around Agronomy, Agro 2010 (Montpellier August 29 - September 3, 2010), has been co-organized by Agropolis International and the European Society for Agronomy (ESA) for its XIth congress, with the help of SupAgro, Inra and Cirad under the chair of Professor Jacques Wery (Executive Secretariat of ESA). The aim of this congress was to demonstrate the scientific grounds, the applied results and the ambitions (...)
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AGRO2010

Agro2010: The international Scientific week Around Agronomy - August 29 - September 3, 2010

The International Scientific Week Around Agronomy, Agro 2010 (Montpellier August 29 - September 3, 2010), has been co-organized by Agropolis International and the European Society for Agronomy (ESA) for its XIth congress, with the help of SupAgro, Inra and Cirad under the chair of Professor Jacques Wery (Executive Secretariat of ESA). The aim of this congress was to demonstrate the scientific grounds, the applied results and the ambitions (...)
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Ecole thématique Agrobiodiversité

Agrobiodiversité : des hommes et des plantes. Outils et méthodes d’analyse

Of the 283 applications from various regions of the world, a total of 24 students and professionals from the South (14 countries) were selected to participate in the international training course « Agrobiodiversity: Men and Plants. Analytical tools and methods » being held in Montpellier-Carnon in November 2008. Jointly organized by IRD and Cirad in partnership with several national and international institutions (e.g., Agropolis (...)
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AgroLD

Agronomic Linked Data

Financial support to 2 Vietnamese trainees from the Institut Francophone d’Informatique (IFI, Hanoi, Vietnam) doing their end of Master’s internship in France (1st April to 30th September 2015).
Developing the plant of the future Plant Operation Bioinformatic Phenotoping Rice
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