What's new in Bottoms-Up network

[The “bubbles” cable crane of Grenoble. Ph.: A. Portaccio]

A lift from Cost Action ‘Bottoms-Up’

The “bubbles” are the symbol of Grenoble. They are the famous tourist cable cars, shaped as spheres, that, with a journey through the air, will bring you quickly to the top of the mount that watch over the town. In few minutes, you get right at the Bastille, so that you can keep your energy to continue the day trip to the other peaks.

[View from the window of the office at INRAE, Grenoble. Ph.: A. Portaccio]

Walking in others’ shoes

The office I have been assigned when in Grenoble had a view on the mountains that surround the town. I am not used to it. I come from the biggest plain of Italy, where everything is flat, allowing you to scan the horizon very far from where you are. Mountains and hills can be seen, but they always seem so far.

Where does the Action Bottoms-Up come from?

Where does the Action Bottoms-Up come from?

The COST Action CA18207 will start from fungi, insects, herbs, spiders, lichens, mosses, and from all those small, often neglected organisms in a forest, to drive the manipulation of tree species through management strategies that are actually sustainable for biodiversity.

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COST - CA18207

This symposium is based upon work from COST Action BOTTOMS-UP, supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)  
COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) is a funding agency for research and innovation networks. Our Actions help connect research initiatives across Europe and enable scientists to grow their ideas by sharing them with their peers. This boosts their research, career and innovation.  
COST - European Cooperation in Science and Technology
Horizon 2020

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