For the first time since the beginning of the COVID pandemics, the nanoTalks are coming back to you in person! And for the first time ever in Lausanne at the UNIL. Don't miss this exiting event and join our nanoTalks in September to learn more about how humans and plants can adapt to the coming climate change.
In the September nanoTalks we will discuss the subject of climate change from two different perspectives. The first talk will put the human being as an actor in the center of discussion and will analyze the way humans can use their cognitive software to find solutions for climate change. Whereas the second talk will focus on plants and question how plants are responding to recent, anthropogenic climate change and whether they will be able to adapt to future conditions.