From 16 June to 4 September, the Beaux-Arts de Paris will host the Chaumet exhibition entitled "Végétal - L'École de la beauté". Among the 400 works on display are several objects from the UM's heritage, including a painting by Montpellier painter Max Leenhardt. This painting has benefited from a spectacular restoration by Thierry Martel and Anne Baxter, who opened the doors of her workshop to us.
For the past six years, Jean-François Fauveau has been a botanist-gardener at the Jardin des plantes in Montpellier. Between permaculture, monitoring of large trees, beehives but also communication, he tells us about his job in the video series "Rouages" produced by the University of Montpellier.
Marie-Angeline Pinail and Caroline Loup work in the Historical Heritage Department. The first is in charge of the university collections and the collections of the Faculty of Medicine. The second is responsible for the scientific aspects of the herbarium. This month, as part of the "Rouages" video series, they tell us about their work.
On 1 July, the University of Montpellier celebrated three events in one, during a special day organised at the Jardin des Plantes and entitled "From plants to perfumes, between art and science". On the programme: visits, workshops and an exhibition for the presentation of the Eau De Belleval perfume, the inauguration of the Orangery and its surroundings and the official launch of the endowment fund for the renovation of the Intendance. Back in pictures.
Welcome to La Science s'aMuse, the scientific programme co-produced by the UM and Divergence-FM, which takes you on a cruise through the archipelago of Muse laboratories. This week Pierre-Olivier Antoine, palaeontologist at Isem, and Philippe Münch, geologist at Géosciences Montpellier, tell us about the Antilles 30 million years ago. In the second part of the programme, Quentin Vautrin takes us on a tour of the sediment room at Isem.
Welcome to La science s'aMuse, the scientific programme co-produced by the UM and Divergence-FM, which takes you on a cruise through the archipelago of Muse laboratories. This week Elise Huchard, a primatologist at ISEM, shows us the mourning of chacma baboons after the death of their young. In the second half of the programme, Marie-Angeline Pinail, collections manager, shows us an emblematic place in the Faculty of Medicine: the anatomy conservatory.