Research laboratories

The database AgreenLabs gives you access to description of the units and research teams of Agreenium members all over France.

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CARRTEL is based in Thonon, on the shores of Lake Geneva. Its fields of research cover:
• watershed-lake transfers. fluxes and regimes governing the input of substances of terrestrial origin (nutrients, faecal contaminants)
• 'engineering' concepts relative to the restoration of lakes and water bodies (operational limnology)
• the functioning of lentic food webs linked to the...

Supervisory bodies : INRA, Université Savoie Mont-Blanc
Region
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes

Understanding and making use of genetic variability for high-performance, sustainable animal production: the scientific interests of the Gabi UMR focus on improving our understanding of the basis of the genetic variability of biological functions and developing methods and tools for breeding and for the conservation of animal populations. The unit makes use of interdisciplinary skills in...

Supervisory bodies : AgroParisTech, INRA
Region
Île-de-France

Work by GMA aims to gain an in-depth understanding of the bovine genome and its functioning in order to better apprehend the quantitative regulation of gene expression leading to the formation of complex phenotypes (traits).
The long-term objective is to develop molecular tools to determine the genotypes of animals (particularly breeding animals), with particular emphasis on dairy cattle...

Supervisory bodies : INRA, Université de Limoges
Region
Nouvelle-Aquitaine
UP INRA 143 - Animal Production (URZ)

The work of the Animal Production Research Unit concerns the proposal for "Alternatives for the biotechnical design of agro-ecological livestock systems in humid tropical environments".
The aim is to produce knowledge and technologies for a "productive and sustainable" agriculture in which the environmental damage and harmfulness of products are minimised, in accordance with the...

Supervisory bodies : INRA
Region
Guadeloupe

In view of the increase in aging populations worldwide (for example, more than 30% of the French population will be over the age of 60 in 2035), as well as the contamination of agrosystems by micropollutants and high dependence of EU countries for imported aquatic products, our research targets the major challenges faced by society today that involve food safety and population aging,...

Supervisory bodies : Université de Lorraine
Region
Grand Est

The animal model of pathology is at the centre of the unit's concerns, which is developing an integrated approach from gene to animal.
The unit is organized around two scientific axes:
• Biotherapy focused on the development of cellular or gene therapeutic strategies to combat genetic diseases affecting the muscle (Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy) or the nervous system...

Supervisory bodies : INRA, Oniris
Region
Pays de la Loire

ASTRE's work aims to improve animal health for food security and public health in the South, particularly in the context of global changes and transitions in socio-ecosystems.
The unit aims to provide solutions to sanitary constraints related to animal, domestic and wild production, and to the Man - Animal - Environment interface. It studies health within evolving socio-ecosystems...

Supervisory bodies : CIRAD, INRA
Region
Occitanie

The Mia-Paris unit brings together statisticians and computer scientists specializing in the modeling of machine learning for biology, ecology, the environment, agronomy and food science. The team is skilled in methods of statistical inference (complex models, models with latent variables, Bayesian inference, learning, model selection etc.) and algorithms (generalization, domain transfer,...

Supervisory bodies : AgroParisTech, INRA
Region
Île-de-France

The MaIAGE research laboratory gathers mathematicians, computer scientists, bioinformaticians and biologists to tackle problems coming from biology, agronomy and ecology. 
The addressed questions may concern processes at very different levels: molecular, cellular or multicellular, individual, populations, ecosystems or landscapes.

MaIAGE develops original methods in mathematics,...

Supervisory bodies : INRA
Region
Île-de-France

Meeting the challenge of life sciences implies developing the relationships between calculation, modelling and these sciences (biology, agronomy, ecology, environmental sciences) in order to promote and accelerate exploratory research in silico on objects ranging from genes to ecosystems.
Computer science, statistics and, more generally, mathematics are essential for organizing data on...

Supervisory bodies : INRA
Region
Occitanie
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