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Pathobiome 2018 International Symposium, March 18-20 mars 2018 in Ajaccio, Corsica.

Published on 11/21/2017
Pathobiome 2018 meeting. © INRA, T. Pollet
© INRA, T. Pollet
The Pathobiome 2018 International Symposium is adressed to the scientific community that studies the relations between pathogens, microbes and hosts in their different contexts (humans, animals, arthropods and plants).

The concept of the pathobiome was born from the tripartite relationship between pathogen agents, symbionts and the host, and which may have a considera...

Developing innovative cellular systems in pig to study genome organization and function

Published on 11/09/2017
SAPS conference FAANG logo. © INRA

Dr Hervé Acloque

INRA, Laboratoire GenPhySE UMR1388, Castanet Tolosan

Monday November 20 at 11 h

INRA Centre IdF Jouy-en-Josas

Lecture hall of building 440


The projected increase in world meat demand (some forecasts up to a doubling in 50 years), in connection with population growth and changes in eating habits, require us to rethink our production systems. It is thus necess...

The Animal Sciences are invited to the opera.

Published on 11/06/2017
Les 10 ans de S [CUbe] © SCUBE
Les 10 ans de S [CUbe] © SCUBE
Inra and the Institute Sciences Animales Paris-Saclay participated in the 10th anniversary celebration of the S [CUbe] association.  This association, which is dedicated to diffusing scientific and technical culture throughout the Ile de France region celebrated its anniversary at the Opera in Massy from November 17 to 19, 2017.  The program included visits, w...

The PhysChemCell 2017 symposium : "Advanced imaging methods for the exploration of living matter" was held in Orsay, from November 15 to 17, 2017.

Published on 10/28/2017
SAPS PhysChemCell 2017 image. © INRA, s bruneau
SAPS PhysChemCell 2017 image © INRA, s bruneau
The aim of the conference was to favor interdisciplinary exchanges during an international conference, to promote the translation of disruptive technologies that have appeared in Chemistry and Physics into new tools for the exploration of cell physiopathology and finally clinical or biotechnological applications. The most recent progress in cell...

The @BRIDGe Core Facilities invite you to discover the digital PCR technology 3 color "NAICA SYSTEM" developed by the French company and its applications.

Published on 09/26/2017

. © INRA, C. Bevilacqua
© INRA, C. Bevilacqua

Contact: Claudia Bevilacqua, Responsable Microgénomique, Plateforme @BRIDGe, UMR GABI