Seeding Ideas: ReSEED releases the research blog

ReSEED project celebrates its first year with the release of the research blog. The goal of Seeding Ideas is to share findings and learnings, to propose discussions that came to light in our research journey. As a transdisciplinary project, ReSEED crosses different...

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EURHO: broadening the historical perspective

Keynote by Katherine Jellison chaired by Gérard Béaur in the Amphitheatre Liard (Sorbonne) during the Rural History 2019.From 10 to 13 September 2019, Paris (France) hosted the Rural History 2019. This is the fourth biennial conference of the European Rural History...

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ReSEED Team at the French National Museum of Natural History

ReSEED Team had the opportunity to explore the French National Museum of Natural History in a working visit that took place on September 9, 2019. The investigators were guided into important parts of this historical institution, created in 1635 as a royal garden for...

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Why study the seeds?

Why study the seeds? What do they have to do with climate change and biodiversity? Why are we investigating them? ReSEED team discussed these questions with a group of students aged 15 to 17 who are participating in the event Verão na ULisboa 2019. The initiative is...

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ReSEED Workshop: an exercise of transdisciplinarity

How to rescue seed´s heritage? An essential question for ReSEED Project guided its first workshop that took place on May 23, 2019, at the Museum of Natural History and Science of the University of Lisbon. The event is part of the process called “construction of...

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