Sciences animales Paris-Saclay

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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...

PREDICT Psay-CompBio Workshop "Intégration of hetergeneous high throughput data for the identification of predictive markers."

Published on 09/08/2017

SAPS workshop PREDICT Psay-CompBio. © INRA

The PREDICT and Psay-CompBio consortia invite you to participate in the workshop


Integration of heterogeneous and high throughput data for the identification of predictive biomarkers

Thursday, October 5, 2017,

Inra IdF Jouy-en-Josas, Lecture Hall building 440

  • Challenge of heterogeneous omics data analysis and what biologists expect from these methods


  • Methods of integration and...

The seminar "Live Imaging Paris-Saclay Multiscale Live Imaging in Human, Animal and Plant Health", will be held on September 12 and 13, 2017 in Gif sur Yvette, France

Published on 07/17/2017

. © INRA, S. Bruneau
© INRA, S. Bruneau

Registration is free for academic attendees but is mandatory by August 18th:

Submission is also open to poster abstracts and platforms are more than welcome to apply!

For others or for any question, please contact us at


Predictive Biology for health: Socio-economic and scientific challenges in man, animals and plants

Published on 05/18/2017
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A seminar that involves both the Life Sciences Department of UPSaclay and the "Maison des Sciencs de l'Homme" Paris-Saclay.

Wednesday May 31, 2017 from 10.00 to 17.15.

The objective of this seminar is for biologists, legal experts, ethicists and economists to discuss approaches and new knowledge that contribute to the elaboration of prediction, diagnostic and prevention strategies...