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Definitions and vocabulary of invasive species
Jacques Brodeur was recently interviewed by Évelyne Charuest for Plateau Sciences et Santé on Ici Radio Canada’s Pénélope show. The title of his column was Definitions and vocabulary of invasive species. Listen in French on...
Ariane Vossen wins the SPPQ Sackston Prize
Ariane Vossen, a master’s student under the supervision of Jacques Brodeur, won the Sackston Prize from the Société de protection des plantes du Québec (SPPQ) for the best student presentation at the 2024 annual meeting....
Two research assistant positions
Two research assistant positions in ecology are offered for July-August (possibility of continuing in the fall): Evaluation of the success of Miyawaki microforests in the Montreal region a) Identify and locate trees in 20 microforestsb)...
The mystery of the Montreal melon finally solved?
The mystery of the Montreal melon finally solved? Étienne Léveillé-Bourret is being interviewed in this week’s La Presse. https://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/2024-06-08/le-mystere-du-melon-de-montreal-enfin-resolu.php Photo: Patrick Sansfaçon, La Presse
What can science learn from indigenous traditional knowledge?
What can science learn from indigenous traditional knowledge? Alain Cuerrier, interviewed (in French) at Moteur de recherche on 30 May 2024. Listen on Ohdio.
Thesis defense
Écologie et évolution des syndromes de pollinisation des Gesneriaceae Antillaises Marion Leménager, thesis defense Tuesday 11 June 2024 at 9:00, amphitheatre of the Biodiversity Centre Zoom link
Stéphanie Pellerin is awarded the Gisèle-Lamoureux prize from the FRQNT
Congratulations to Stéphanie Pellerin who was awarded the Gisèle-Lamoureux prize from the FRQNT for the publication of the article entitled “Différenciation biotique et perte de plantes de milieux humides dans les tourbières ombrotrophes boisées” in...
Summer job, technical help
The laboratory of Danielle Dagenais and Jacques Brisson is looking for technical assistance to collect data related to the growth, phytosanitary state and physiological behavior of plants as well as edaphic conditions. The person hired...
Closing conference by Anne Bruneau
Before leaving us for a well-deserved retirement, Anne Bruneau honors us with a final conference, Thursday 16 May at 3pm. The presentation, entitled L’histoire d’un clade, will be followed by a cocktail. We ask that...
Congratulations to Étienne Léveillé-Bourret and Anne Bruneau
Congratulations to Étienne Léveillé-Bourret and Anne Bruneau for their contribution to a major study on the evolution of angiosperms which was just published in the prestigious journal Nature. Their work helps to give us a...