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INRA and BAIF members sign the LIA agreement

Creation of the INRA/BAIF Associated International Laboratory (LIA), GIMIC "Genetic IMprovement of Indian Cattle and Buffaloes"

Inra in India: a new LIA reinforces our research partnership with the BAIF for rural, environmental and food security development.
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INra and Geneval partnership

Inra and GenEval seal their partnership for an efficient animal genetic evaluation

This agreement between INRA and GenEval provides a foundation for the maintenance of a shared genetic evaluation and a collective approach to the R &...
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@BRIDGe

The @BRIDGe (INRA, Jouy-en-Josas) core facilties invite you to a "Single cell" seminar

Monday, January 28, 2019 from 13h30 to 18 hours in the lecture hall of building 440, INRA, Jouy-en-Josas
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Faits marquants GABI 2018

Research Highlights from 2018

The research highlights presented here illustrate the significant results achieved by the GABI unit each year and published in international...
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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 taks 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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Acts 2 MSH Paris-Saclay

Actes n°2 "Predictive Biology for health" has just been published!

Under the direction of Stefano Bosi and Claire-Rogel Gaillard, this book reproduces the contributions developed during the seminar PREDICT that was...
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Signature of a sponsorship between Crédit Agricole Ile-de-France and the INRA

Signature of a sponsorship convention between the Crédit Agricole Ile-de-France and the INRA

A convention was signed on September 26, 2018 between the Credit Agricole Ile-de-France and INRA between François Imbault, President of the board of...
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Aquakultor

Aquakultor, a game that simulates sustainable fish farming

Create your farm, grow your fish, select your best lines and help your farm prosper while monitoring your ecological impact. Welcome to Aquakultor,...
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Iola Croué, AAF Silver Medal of Honor Laureate

Iola Croué, 2018 won the Silver Medal of honor from the French Agriculture Academy

Iola Croué received the 2018 Silver Medal of honor from the French Academy of Agriculture for the quality of her PhD work.
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KIF1C gene mutation

KIF1C gene mutation: a tool against progressive ataxia in Charolais cattle, but also a natural model of a demyelinating disease in humans (SPG58/SPAX2)

Since this gene is associated with cases of hereditary spastic paraplegia in humans, a collaboration with a team from the ICM (Institut du Cerveau et...
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