The M.I.O. is honored for its research for development

3 researchers from the MIO (Bernard Olivier, Emilie Strady and Isabelle Biegala) have had their research selected in the book "Science and Sustainable Development: 75 Years of Research in the South" where 116 innovative research projects for developing countries have been selected.

This book presents a very good historical retrospective on the IRD, from 1931 to the present day, at the beginning of the book, as well as on the evolution of attitudes towards science for development, introductory article by Jean-Paul Moatti.

The 3 articles of the M.I.O. are all included in section II "Risks and vulnerabilities" p112, p114, p115

- Record contamination of plastics in fresh water
Émilie Strady,, water geochemist, UMR MIO
- Mesotoga: the bacteria in polluted environments
Bernard Ollivier, Microbiologist, UMR MIO (retired)
- Catch cyanobacteria in the act
Isabelle Biegala,, microbiologist, UMR MIO


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