Selosse, Marc-André


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).