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Coordination Scientific events Working group Disseminating scientific and technical culture

Key figures

2 700 research scientists and lecturers including 400 posted in 60 countries
1 400 technicians and staff
74 interinstitutional and interdisciplinary research units
24 research and higher education institutions
8 sites in Languedoc-Roussillon
region
70 collective experimental
research support tools
156 training programmes
(2–8 years of higher education)
5 000 students, including 300 PhD
candidates a year (1/3 foreign
students)
100 continuing professional
training modules and a training
engineering capacity
4 competitiveness clusters
Qualiméditerranée, Safe Cluster, Trimatec,
Water
A network of 43 documentation centres

Contact

agropolis@agropolis.fr
Tel. +33 (0)4 67 04 75 75

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Go-between, support and management of scientific activities

Agropolis International is largely involved in the life of the scientific community.

Supporting networks

 

CSFD

French Scientific Committee on Desertification (CSFD)
This committee has been created in 1997 by the ministerial departments in charge of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, Ministry of Ecology and Sustainable Development, Ministry for Higher Education and Ministry of Research).

 

ESA

European Society for Agronomy
The European Society for Agronomy (ESA) is a scientific society created in 1990 with the aim of promoting the science of Agronomy and its use in agriculture and rural development across Europe


Agropolis International working groups

As part of its mission in the field of scientific animation, Agropolis International coordinates several thematic inter-institutionnal working groups.

 



 
 

Updated on 18/11/16


agropolis@agropolis.fr
Tel. : +33 (0)4 67 04 75 75

 

 

 

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