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Launch of the France 2030

Launch of the France 2030 "Agroecology and Digital" program

The France 2030 "Agroecology and Digital" program was launched on January 6, 2023 in the presence of Sylvie Retailleau, Minister of Higher Education...
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INRAE / NICOLAS Bertrand Légende : La biobanque de METAGENOPOLIS est un système entièrement robotisé permettant de conserver plusieurs centaines de milliers d'échantillons à -80°.

Launch of the HARMONI project to work together on microbiota conservation and analysis issues

This IBISA-funded project brings together five BRCs from three RARe pillars. It will enable them to work together on microbiota conservation and...
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Launch of the H2020 SCALA-MEDI project with the participation of the animal pillar

The kick-off of the H2020 SCALA-MEDI project gathered the 17 European partners for the launch of this project whose objective is the Improvement of...
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Launch of the European project Soil Mission Support (SMS)

The SMS project aims to ensure science-policy-practice cooperation and a collaborative approach for the development of a European research and...
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European project H2020 G2P-SOL

The H2020 G2P-SOL project (2016-2021) pooled 14 global collections of the 4 major cultivated Solanaceae species.
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MicroWorld Discovery Project

RARe's CRBs: CIRM, SAMBO, GenoSol, @bridge are part of the structuring of the culturomic at INRAE.

They participate in the MicroWorld Discovery project as founding members.
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Kick-off meeting of the European project EOSC-Life

Two pillars of RARE, plant and microorganism, represented at the kick-off meeting of the European project EOSC-Life

Serge Casaregola and Cyril Pommier, representing the MIRRI and EMPHASIS Research Infrastructures, participated in the launch of the European cluster...
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The European H2020 CIRCLES project: a research project on micro-organisms for a healthier diet

The CIRM network of the microbial pillar participates in the European Horizon 2020 project CIRCLES "Controlling microbiomes Circulations for better...
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 Horizon 2020 European project

The RARe CRBs will participate in the Horizon 2020 European project "CIRCLES"

Son objectif est de comprendre l’évolution et la dynamique de divers écosystèmes microbiens au niveau de cinq chaînes alimentaires - légumes,...
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European network project GenRes Bridge

The European network project GenRes Bridge combines 3 pillars of RARe: plant, forest and animal.

GenRes Bridge aims to strengthen conservation and sustainable use of genetic resources by accelerating collaborative efforts and widening capacities...
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