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CRB-Anim organises its second international seminar

CRB-Anim organises its second international seminar

CRB-Anim organises its second international seminar in Paris, May 11-12, at ASIEM amphitheater, 6 Rue Albert de Lapparent, 75007 Paris
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Photo March for Science


The MARCH FOR SCIENCE is organized in over 400 different cities in the world and on Saturday April 22 in 16 French cities.
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The INRA, SIA 2017

Microbes and animals : "Farm microbiota"

From February 25 to March 5 2017, GABI participated in the 54th International Agriculture Fair on the INRA stand where the institute's research on...
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Training session PiGutNet

A training session on pig gut metagenomics

As part of the COST PiGutNet, GABI unit organized a training session on pig gut metagenomics.
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Prion strains are more or less virulent depending on the population of cells they infect

New clue towards understanding why prion strain virulence varies depending on which cells are infected

The reason for these different virulence levels remains largely unknown. Researchers at INRA recently took a decisive step closer to explaining these...
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Bovine legacy in Mongolian yak genomes

Bovine legacy in Mongolian yak genomes

Could the hardiness of the stubborn yak be combined with the productivity and docility of cattle to produce valuable food, primary products and...
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Postdoctoral fellowship

Postdoctoral fellowship: Integrative biology analysis and modelling of the influence of host and gut microbiota factors on the piglet sensitivity at weaning

The postdoc fellow will work in two teams located at Jouy-en-Josas and Paris. The interested candidates should contact before January 31, 2017
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The 11th Inra Laurel Ceremony

The 11th Inra Laurel Ceremony

The group award "Impact for research" was given by Philippe Mauguin to the G2B (Bovine Genetics and Genomics) team of GABI, led by Didier Boichard....
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PhD Subject Proposal for 2017-2019

Setting up Genomic Selection programs in French rainbow trout populations

PhD Subject Proposal for 2017-2019
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Environmental Genomics Training Session

Environmental Genomics Training Session

AgroParisTech and INRA organized a training session on environmental genomics in relation with the ABIES and GAIA doctoral schools;
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