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Congratulations to the 2019 CEBA Ph.D. students!

The 2019 LabEx CEBA Ph.D. fellowships have been assigned and we have just notified the awardees. This year, the LabEx CEBA will fund or co-fund 4 students working on diverse topics. The students are expected to start on October 1rst … Continued

Renewal of the International Scientific Advisory Board

The International Scientific Advisory Board is appointed for a 3-years period to provide independent recommendations about the CEBA program. The Scientific Advisory Board has just been renewed and welcomes three new members. The panel is now composed of: Edouardo BRONDISIO … Continued

Projects funded in 2019

Read about the projects that have been funded in 2019 by CEBA following the annual Call for proposals.

2019 CEBA PhD scholarship

CEBA opens a call for doctoral project proposals in order to fund and welcome new PhD students as early as October 2019! If you want to propose a project, you will find here the guidelines and the form to fulfil and … Continued

Annual call for CEBA projects 2019

The 2019 annual call for CEBA projects is open This call for projects aims to promote research activities on biodiversity in French Guiana. Various recommendations are to be respected for the submission, for example, the projects must be consistent with … Continued

Calendar of conferences 2019

FOR YOUR AGENDAS 2019 ecology and evolution conferences – complete list: https://natureecoevocommunity.nature.com/users/17997-patrick-goymer/posts/41205-ecology-evolution-conferences-2019 Main events Joint BES/GTO (British Ecological Society/Society for Tropical Ecology) symposium – 8-12 april Edinburgh UK https://www.britishecologicalsociety.org/events/ute2019/ FBFW (Fresh Blood for Fresh Water Conference) – 23-27 april Tihany … Continued

Overview of the annual meeting of the LabEx CEBA

October, 1st and 2nd gathered 186 participants for the 7th edition of the annual meeting of the LabEx CEBA. In hindsight, a presentation of the LongTIme project about ancient human occupations, sessions on interspecific interactions, remote sensing, coastal ecosystems, neotropical … Continued