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Photo of the group of scientists have received the INRA award for 2018. Jouy-en-Josas, Yvelines (78), 15 November 2018.	© Bertrand NICOLAS - Inra, NICOLAS Bertrand

The 13th INRA awards ceremony : the INRA award honoring creativity, talent and commitment of INRA researchers, engineers and technicians of the went to the "Prion task force" In 2018.

Jean-Luc Vilotte was the scientific ambassador for the MoDiT team of GABI for their studies performed in partnership with the VIM team of INRA...
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FISHBOOST

FISHBOOST: Boosting European aquaculture by advancing selective breeding to the next levels

FISHBOOST is a European development project in aquaculture focused on selection programmes in fish, coordinated by Anna Sonesson (The Norwegian...
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Announcement for Microgenomics 2020 postponed to 2021

The 3rd edition of the symposium is postponed to September 29 - October 1, 2021 at the University of Florence in Italy

September 29 October 1, 2021 University of Florence in Italy

For this 3rd edition, there are new topics. There will be sessions on sampling methods, biomarkers, exosomes and extracellular vesicles, single cell...

https://www.microgenomics2020.com/ microgenomics@inra.fr

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One Health press release

One Health, only one health for the Earth, animals and man

Check out the research studies by the Genetics of the microbiota and health Team of GABI in the INRAE press release "One Health - only one health for...
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@Pixabay

Breast cancer: chronic disruption of the circadian rythme increases the dissemination of cancer cells

Breast cancer is the most wide-spread cancer in the world and one of the main causes of death in women. A study implicating scientists from the...
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@GenRes Bridge

Workshop for the European Project, GenRes Bridge H2020,

23 et 24 juin Webinaire

As part of the European project GenRes Bridge H2020, a workshop is organized on June 23 and 24: "Valorising Genetic Resources in agricultural and...

http://www.genresbridge.eu/about-us/events/event/valorisation-of-genetic-resources-workshop/

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@Editions Burleigh Dodds

A new book published on: "Advances in poultry genetics and genomics."

This book provides the state of the art in terms of poultry genetics and genomics. The last similar edition was published over 10 years ago and it is...
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GABI-VIM parntership for antiviral SARS-CoV-2 RNA antisense therapy

Can RNA therapy help get rid of SARS-CoV-2 during respiratory infection?

Two INRAE teams (Jouy-en-Josas) and a laboratory in Santiago, Chili, are sharing their expertise in RNA virology and molecular biology to conceive...
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Global Health Seminar

Global Health Seminar and arising risks. Impact of climate and anthropic changes

The objective of this seminar is to treat the health challenges associated with arising risks generated by climate and anthropic changes by...
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Computer-Science-recrutement

Urgent, the CRB-Anim infrastructure is hiring a computer scientist for its information systems.

The person hired will work with the head of the CRB-Anim infrastructure and the @BRIDGe Biological Resources Center. He/She will interact with teams...
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