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Flagship projects

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On this page, you can discover a presentation of the 546 projects funded by Agropolis Fondation since its creation in 2007. A search engine is at your disposal and the projects are extractable in PDF format.

The flagship projects are presented above. These are the ones that have received more than 500 000 euros in funding.

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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We have chosen to present all projects in English to simplify export.

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AgriChannels

Ecohydrology of agricultural open channels for ecoABSYS services assessment

Developing agricultural systems both environmentaly and economically competitives necessitates, to be viable, to consider all cultivated landscape elements, including those on fields borders. Those landscape element ,such as open channel networks (drainage and irrigation) at the interface between agricultural fields, are a lever to conciliate this double performance. Open channels of agricultural landscape were primarly settled by farmers to (...)
Ditch Ecohydrology Channel SFM Hydraulics
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Ecological Sustainability: Engineering Change

Support to the organisation of the Ecosummit 2016 congress and more specifically to some sessions dedicated to "Agronomy and sustainable development" themes (3 sessions): Soil C a double-win for food security and climate mitigation in low input agriculture: lessons from temperate and tropical regions Southern guest: Prof Tantely Razafimbelo (Madagascar) Northern guest: P. Smith (UK) Student: Esso Magamana (Togo) Understanding the (...)
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Ad hoc support

Ecological Sustainability: Engineering Change

Support to the organisation of the Ecosummit 2016 congress and more specifically to some sessions dedicated to "Agronomy and sustainable development" themes (3 sessions): Soil C a double-win for food security and climate mitigation in low input agriculture: lessons from temperate and tropical regions Southern guest: Prof Tantely Razafimbelo (Madagascar) Northern guest: P. Smith (UK) Student: Esso Magamana (Togo) Understanding the (...)
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Ecow

Ecological theories and Control methods for the Optimization of West african agroecoABSYSs

The sustainability of agroecosystems, along with the ecological services they provide, is a major stake for present and future agronomy. In the context of global change, it is urgent to revisit the paradigms of agronomy, to come up with a new sustainable agriculture with high productivity and low energy and fertilizer consumption. In west African agro-sylvo-pastoral agroecosystems where there are low inputs of nutrients, fallow and (...)
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Ecow

Ecological theories and Control methods for the Optimization of West african agroecosystems

The sustainability of agroecosystems, along with the ecological services they provide, is a major stake for present and future agronomy. In the context of global change, it is urgent to revisit the paradigms of agronomy, to come up with a new sustainable agriculture with high productivity and low energy and fertilizer consumption. In west African agro-sylvo-pastoral agroecosystems where there are low inputs of nutrients, fallow and (...)
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Ad hoc support : EEID2020

Ecology and evolution infectious Diseases conférence 2020

At the interface between epidemiology and evolution, the EEID conferences are a major international scientific meeting that brings together each year more than 400 participants on the study of the epidemiology and evolution of infectious diseases. This 18th edition will be the second one organised in Europe (after the 2018 edition in Glasgow) and will follow the 2019 edition which was organised at Princeton University (...)
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Effet de bio-stimulant en agriculture

Effect of bio-based polymeric additives on plant root germination and development and their impact on root endosymbiotic interactions

Stimulated by the International Group "Rhodia-Operations-Solvay", a collaborative research project was created on the Agropolis Fondation plateform (Montpellier) in 2012 with the following topic: Use of plant biostimulants for agriculture. This project is supported by both the International Group and the Labex Agro in 2013 then managed by the University of Montpellier 2 (period 2013-2017). Today, it integrates several teams from diffrents (...)
Developing the plant of the future Plant Operation Arabidopsis Arabidopsis (species) root
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