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Séminaires de la semaine du 09-10-2017 au 15-10-2017

Lundi 09 Octobre

Anne-Sophie BRES GE Healthcare
Autre séminaire
Titre : seminaire info TYPHOON
11:00
* Salle Conférence IBCG
Anthony HENRAS ET Manuel CAMPOS
Séminaire axe GD
Titre : Séminaire interne - Axe GD
09:00
* Salle Conférence IBCG

Mardi 10 Octobre

Séminaire axe CDD
Titre : Réunion interne axe CDD
11:30
* Salle Conférence Vandel

Mercredi 11 Octobre

Séminaire CBI
Titre : Jima Costa (Axe Neuro)
12:00
* Salle Conférence IBCG
James T. Costa (Highlands Biological Station, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC)
Séminaire axe NS
Titre : Séminaire Axe Neuro
12:15
* Salle Conférence Vandel
 
Darwin's Backyard: How Small Experiments Led to a Big Theory
 
Résumé: Charles Darwin is an iconic figure typically portrayed as a staid Victorian; a lone genius, melancholy, serious, even tormented. In this talk I explore the Darwin behind the portraiture and myth — the husband, father, and friend; the crowd-sourcer and scientist of boyish enthusiasms and impish impulses; above all the inveterate "experimentiser." Darwin was a life-long experimenter, devising simple yet ingenious experiments on myriad topics — orchids and sundews, barnacles and vines, bees' cells and pollination, earthworms and seed dispersal, and more. Yet it was all of a piece. Engaging his children, friends, and neighbors as assistants, and encouraging fellow naturalists to follow his lead, Darwin's ingenious experiments yielded universal truths about nature, and ammunition for his revolutionary arguments in On the Origin of Species and other watershed works. Darwin's working method holds lessons for us today as well: following his lead, we can recreate his experiments in home and school, inspiring a new generation to think like a scientist. 
 
Contact: Mathieu LIHOREAU, EXPLAIN team, CRCA
 

 

Jeudi 12 Octobre

Séminaire CBI
Titre : Seminar Vicki Gold and Bertram Daum
11:00
* Salle Conférence IBCG

Vendredi 13 Octobre

Samedi 14 Octobre

Dimanche 15 Octobre

Université Paul Sabatier
118 Route de Narbonne

31062 TOULOUSE Cedex
France

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