It is with great pleasure that we announce that Claire Lafleur is our new communication/valorisation assistant for the labex CEBA, starting on May 2nd, 2012. She will work with Gaëlle Fornet, the communication assistant of CNRS-Guyane. Don’t hesistate to get … Continued
A Marie Curie Initial Training Network funded by the European Union and called EUROTAST aims at contributing to a better understanding of the history of the transatlantic slave trade and its legacies today. The network offers Fellowships to 13 early … Continued
A kick-off meeting for LabEx CEBA has been organised for the consortium and the ANR, in the presence of a representation of the Ministry for Higher Education and for Research. Organized in the facilities of AgroParistech in Paris, this meeting … Continued
LabEx CEBA opens an internal call for proposals for PhD projets. Projects should fall within the research themes of the CEBA, and preferably be conducted in French Guiana. Co-funding of PhD fellowships are strongly encouraged. Submission deadline: 17 february 2012.
The METABAR project led by the research unit LECA in Grenoble, and with the research units EcoFoG and EDB, have met for the kick-off meeting in Kourou on January 19th, 2012. The METABAR project is funded by the French Agence … Continued
The agreement for STRonGer project was signed by Institut Pasteur Guyane and the European Commission on October 7, 2011. The project will officially start on 1st of November 2011. STRonGer project is a consortium of interdisciplinary research on emerging infectious … Continued
LabEx CEBA has held its inaugural meeting in Cayenne. Forty scientists, all experts in their disciplines and teams of eleven partners have attended the meeting. During this meeting, the overall organization of the LabEx, science and governance were discussed.
As part of the “Grand Emprunt” scheme, a call for projects “laboratories of excellence” (LabEx) has been launched in 2010. LabEx structures aim at providing French laboratories with significant resources to allow them to compete internationally, to attract researchers and … Continued