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Université de Montpellier
Université de Montpellier
University or Research Institution
Phone number
04 .67.41.74.00

Location

163 rue Auguste Broussonnet
Montpellier
France
Working languages
francês

L’université de Montpellier est un établissement d’enseignement supérieur et de recherche situé dans la ville de Montpellier, ayant existé entre 1289 et 1793, puis entre 1896 et 1970, et recréé en 2015. Connue comme possédant l’une des plus anciennes et des plus brillantes écoles de médecine du monde médiéval, Montpellier était aussi réputée pour l'enseignement du droit.

Dans sa forme actuelle, elle est forte de près de 40 000 étudiants. C'est aujourd'hui la 6e plus grande université de France.

L'université regroupe des disciplines très diverses telles que les sciences, la chimie, la biologie, la médecine, le droit, l'économie, la gestion, les sciences pharmaceutiques ou les sciences du sport.

Source: Wikipedia (d.d. Novembre 13th 2017)

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AgroPortal: a proposition for ontology-based services in the agronomic domain

Conference Papers & Reports
Dezembro, 2016

Our project is to develop and support a reference ontology repository for the agronomic domain. By reusing the NCBO BioPortal technology, we have already designed and implemented a prototype ontology repository for plants and a few crops. We plan to turn that prototype into a real service to the community. The AgroPortal project aims at reusing the scientific outcomes and experience of the biomedical domain in the context of plant, agronomic and environment sciences.

Bringing together social-ecological system and territoire concepts to explore nature-society dynamics

Journal Articles & Books
Dezembro, 2016

We examine two academic traditions that address the nature-society interface. These traditions are organized around two main concepts: social-ecological system and territoire. These traditions have grown independently and are rooted respectively in ecology and social geography. We show that they have much in common: Both come with a systemic view of the nature-society interface and have the intention of understanding better the relations between nature and society and improving their sustainability. However, they differ in how they deal with space and society.

Farmer seed networks make a limited contribution to agriculture? Four common misconceptions

Journal Articles & Books
Dezembro, 2015

The importance of seed provisioning in food security and nutrition, agricultural development and rural livelihoods, and agrobiodiversity and germplasm conservation is well accepted by policy makers, practitioners and researchers. The role of farmer seed networks is less well understood and yet is central to debates on current issues ranging from seed sovereignty and rights for farmers to GMOs and the conservation of crop germplasm. In this paper we identify four common misconceptions regarding the nature and importance of farmer seed networks today.