This Wednesday, October 7, the partners of the Lac au Duc pilot presented to the science village of Rennes the progress of the work carried out in the territory. For the occasion, Morgane Le Moal and Claudia Wiegand (University of Rennes 1) worked on a new scientific poster presenting the latest results of their research work on the degradation of water quality and the evolution of cyanobacteria in the Lac au Duc (Ploërmel, 56), depending on climatic parameters.
The Science Village, organized by the Rennes Science Space at the Champs Libres, usually hosts nearly 60 stands, but due to covid19, health restrictions have made it necessary to reduce to eight events per day. Sophie Moisan, animator at SMGBO, had for the occasion prepared educational activities on plant cover and the identification of cereals that can be planted in intercropping. Another game was offered to the public aimed at visually identifying the auxiliary crops: ladybug larvae, blue tit, earwigs, etc. Real child's play? Think again !