Université Paul Sabatier (Toulous III University - Paul Sabatier)
The name of the university pays homage to Paul Sabatier, a scientist born in Carcassonne in 1854. Nobel laureate in chemistry in 1912, Paul Sabatier was dean of the Faculty of Sciences of Toulouse and a member of the Academy of Sciences. It is under the aegis of this scientist that the University of Toulouse III - Paul Sabatier is proud to welcome today more than 35,000 students and to house 68 research structures on its campus.
Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier University has its origins in the 13th century and was officially born in 1969 from the merger of the faculties of medicine, pharmacy and science. The diversity of its laboratories and the quality of its training in science, health, sport, technology and engineering have ensured its scientific influence for more than 50 years and place it among the world's leading universities. It is recognized among the top 300 institutions for its scientific performance by the international ranking of the National University of Taiwan ( ARWU ranking ).
Affiliated Marine and Wind Energy Environmental Documents
|Functional ecology of fish: current approaches and future challenges
|Villéger, S., Brosse, S., Mouchet, M.
|Ecosystem Processes, Fish, Human Dimensions