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Angers Autumn School Foraminifera and geochemistry
The Angers AutumnSchool AAS – 2024 Edition, entitled “Foraminifera and Geochemistry”, which will take place from September 30th to October 4th, 2024, at the University of Angers (France). This week […]


Proposed thesis topics in 2024
1- The role of ice on the formation of martian valley networks Thousands of valley networks incise the Martian southern hemispheric highlands, and stand as a reflect of an ancient […]


Proposed thesis topics in 2024
1- The role of ice on the formation of martian valley networks Thousands of valley networks incise the Martian southern hemispheric highlands, and stand as a reflect of an ancient […]


Portrait of a doctoral student : Pauline Lévêque
A purely Nantes route It was during secondary school, thanks to her life and earth sciences teacher and a meeting with two LPG researchers, Laetitia Le Deit and Marion Massé, […]


Conference Planetoexobio2024 : French conference on planetology and exobiology in Nantes from July 1 to 5
This is the first week-long French national conference combining planetary science and astrobiology. It is the result of the collaboration between “Origins” Priority Research Equipment Programme (PEPR), National Planetary Science […]


Proposed thesis topics in 2024
1- The role of ice on the formation of martian valley networks Thousands of valley networks incise the Martian southern hemispheric highlands, and stand as a reflect of an ancient […]


Potential impacts of cable bacteria activity on hard-shelled benthic foraminifera: implications for their interpretation as bioindicators or paleoproxies
The effect of acidification of coastal marine sediments by cable bacteria on foraminifera has been documented in the intertidal mudflats of the Auray river (Morbihan, 56). This sharp pH decrease […]


Portrait of a doctoral student : Mathis Pinceloup
The Atacama as a trigger With a scientific baccalauréat, obtained in 2018, Mathis began a Geology degree in Nantes. During this year, most of his teachers came from the Laboratoire […]


Portrait of a doctoral student : Camille Delarue
From Poitiers to Lyon, via Nantes After graduating with a scientific baccalauréat in 2018, Camille Delarue went to Poitiers to start a geology degree, driven by a professional project aimed […]


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