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A new France-South Africa laboratory for ecology and the environment

By 7th December 2019 December 10th, 2019 No Comments

Prof. Sibongile Muthwa, Vice-Chancellor of Nelson Mandela University, and Antoine Petit, President and CEO of the CNRS, inaugurated the International Research Laboratory Rehabs (Reconciling Ecological land and Humans Adaptations for Biosphere Sustainability) in Port-Elizabeth (South Africa) on the 5th December. Created for a period of five years between the CNRS, Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University and Nelson Mandela University, in partnership with South African National Parks and the University of Angers, this laboratory in ecology and environment is part of a collaboration that began in 2015 within the global “garden route” ecology study site.

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Read the press release (in French) from the CNRS.