Marc-André Sélosse is a lecturer at the Natural History Museum and teaches in several universities in France and abroad. His research looks at the beneficial effects of symbiosis, its importance for plants, and its role in ecology and evolution. He edits several international journals, including Espèces, a natural sciences journal aimed at a broad readership. He is also a conference-speaker and writer, and produces videos and documentaries. With Actes Sud, he
has published Jamais seul (2017) and Les Goûts et les Couleurs du monde (2019).