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April/12/2019

Plant Day 2019

Plant Day 2019

Plant Day

When: Friday 12 April 2019
Where: Campus Vert Amphitheater on the site of the Grande Ferrade (INRA, Villenave d'Ornon)

 

Program of festivities

 
9-11h Biotechnology course by O. Le Gall (Member of the High Council for Biotechnology)
Biotechnology students L3
 
11h15 Coffee Break
 
11h15-12h Visit of the site of the Grande Ferrade (Laboratory and plant production means of) Biotechnology L3 students
 
12h Lunch Break
Support by the Master students of Biology AgroSciences de Bordeaux
 
 
14h Presentation by Private Companies (job descriptions and issues) 
 
16h Assessment and discussion around a small "tasting"
 

09/13/2018

Pierre-Luc Pradier, a former  Master student is back...

Pierre-Luc Pradier, a former Master student is back...

Pierre-Luc Pradier, a former Master student in Plant Biology and Biotechnology at University of Bordeaux (2013-2014), now Lab Manager in the Root-Soil-Microbial Interaction laboratory at the GIFS (Global Institute For Food Security, http://www.gifs.ca) will be visiting us on September the 13th to present and discuss with the students about his lab and all the opportunities in terms of internships with the researchers of the institute." Sept. 13th at 2pm, IBVM room at INRA Bordeaux, Villenave d'Ornon.
Pierre-Luc Pradier 
Former master student at Bordeaux University 2013-2014


 

09/01/2018

Five students: ready to conquer Japan

Five students: ready to conquer Japan

We are five students enrolled at the University of Bordeaux. However, our educational backgrounds are very different: we are absolutely complementary. To enforce this bond and to strengthen our relationship with Japanese and Taiwanese students, we created an association: BAMJID.
This master is an opportunity to prepare for working in an international laboratory. The philosophy underlying this training ("food is medicine") suggests that we will be given a holistic view of public health and agronomic issues. This seems essential, in the light of the challenges encountered in these areas.
The pedagogy of the Master’s Degree seems truly innovative. It pushes us to invest in projects, to remain active in the construction of our professional career.
Beyond this appealing degree, the country where it takes place is a dream-like destination for many French people. Japan has an extraordinary cultural wealth: this is a great way to open our minds to new ideas.
We all share a desire to discover what a student’s life looks like across the world. Not anyone can collaborate with people from around the world so early in life. It’s a magnificent opportunity that has only come to us thanks to our professors. We offer our heartfelt thanks for all the time they spent in this project!


 

03/25/2019

Collaboration between the University of Bordeaux and the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile is on the good track fo

Collaboration between the University of Bordeaux and the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile is on the good track fo


Students from Bordeaux University are able to pursue their Plant Master study in Santiago at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. The Plant Pedagogic team has worked hard on the implementation of a double degree Master in Plant Biology. The two teams are working on a common model for the study program as well as the mobility procedures for students following the double degree.
 

September/25/2017

All Distance Post-Graduate Diploma: Agronomy of Plants with Health Benefits (for dietary supplements and cosmetics)

All Distance Post-Graduate Diploma: Agronomy of Plants with Health Benefits (for dietary supplements and cosmetics)

A post-graduate diploma is proposed by the University of Bordeaux on Agronomy of Plants with Health Benefits for Food Supplements and Cosmetics. It is open via all distance learning using the Moodle platform of Bordeaux University. You will be welcomed to start the training the 25th of September 2017. The Diploma will require from you about 120 hours of distance homework on your computer over a 9-month-period (Sept 2017 to July 2018). This is on average 30 min homework each working day.

Conferences will be recorded for you. Quiz, glossaries will be available. You will take part in collaborative project with other distance learners. The European regulation on Food Supplements will be available for you. The learning platform can be visited from your mobile phone.

Please contact the continuing education service of the Sciences and Technology college of Bordeaux University or the Professor in charge of the training.
 
More informations are available HERE Please take a look to the leaflet of the training.