Quetzal was built by Arnaud Becheler (DEEIT). Quetzal is a new toolbox of reusable simulation components susceptible to help scientists to design new softwares for studying natural populations in landscapes. Here is the internet link to go further:
EGCE lab will be at the science village at Le Moulon friday the 13th of October and sunday the 15th of October. 3 workshops will be held: Biocontrol of pests using a parasitic wasp/caterpillar model, Adaptation and speciation, and bees and odours.
Olivier Dangles (DEEIT, IRD) co-autered a book on the ecology of water in altitude: “Ecology of high altitude waters”. This book is published by Oxford. Here is the internet link to go further:
P. Le Gall (DEEIT) is co-editor with Elisabeth Motte-Florac of a book on entomophagy by human beings : “Savoureux insectes: de l’aliment traditionnel à l’innovation gastronomique” .
The authors of the book “Savoureux insectes – De l’aliment traditionnel à l’innovation gastronomique” (coedition Presses universitaires de Rennes/IRD, 2016) will talk about entomophagy or consumption of insects Sunday the 25th of June at the Quai Branly Museum from 4pm to 5.30 pm.
There will be a debate with Nicolas Césard, anthropologue, maître de conférences en ethno-entomologie au laboratoire d’éco-anthropologie et ethnobiologie, CNRS/ MNHN, Esther Katz, anthropologue, IRD et Philippe Le Gall, entomologiste, IRD (DEEIT).