Officially launched on September 2022, the BCOMING project will look at biodiversity conservation as a way of reducing the risks of infectious disease emergence, by focusing on three tropical biodiversity hotspots.
IRD researchers, on May 11, 2022, published a study in the Nature, which showed how gravitational signals can be deployed in estimating the magnitude of large earthquakes.
Researchers involved in the BIOPALT project have designed a portal capable of providing data on the quality of water in Lake Chad, based on satellite earth observation.
Nature in Common – Beyond the Nagoya Protocol, one of the first summary books on implementation of the major international agreement for global biodiversity governance, is out.
Rresearch teams from Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital AP-HP, IRD, Sorbonne University and Inserm recently proposed using artificial intelligence (AI) to identify the risks of developing cardiac arrest.
A ‘Marine Protected Areas’ guide advances the advance the global community’s understanding of ocean protection and helps progress toward SDG 14.
Started in 2020 and billed to end in 2022, a project known as HOMME, in Mozambique and Malawi, will soon provide an answer to the origin and evolution of human beings.
From July 2020 to July 2023, the DiDEM project will enable science and decision-makers to dialogue for coastal and marine environmental management in seven African countries.
IRD and IIASA launched a two year project to explore how local pathways toward the SDGs can be developped.
A two years project led by IRD aims to support transdisciplinary approaches in sustainability science projects