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The H2020 RUMIGEN Project kick-off was held from June 30th to July 2nd.

The kick-off meeting for the H2020 RUMIGEN Project included 60 participants. The RUMIGEN Project is aimed at improving genomic selection in cattle...
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The H2020 SCALA-MEDI Project Kick-off meeting was held on September 7th

The kick-off of the H2020 SCALA-MEDI project included 17 European partners for the launching of this project whose objective is the improvement of...
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INRAE

H2020 GEroNIMO : designing tomorrow's breeding in monogastrics

Within the framework of the European Horizon 2020 program, teams from the Genetics Physiology and Farming Systems Unit (GenPhySE) of the...
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UMR Virologie : Launching of the French-German ANR project “PREPMEDVET”

On January 26th, Souheyla Benfrid, Emmanuel Bréard, Labib Bakkali Kassimi, Stéphan Zientara, from the UMR Virologie unit along with Yannick...
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European commission

The H2020 RUMIGEN project - an 18-partner European consortium

The idea behind the RUMIGEN project is the adaptation of ruminants to climate change, which is becoming more and more prevalent, with the development...
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AQUAEXCEL3.0 : a project for the development of European aquaculture

Where do your sea products come from? In Europe, 75% of these products are imported. It therefore seems important to guarantee a sustainable growth...
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INRA - Formation IMAGE

Training session for population managers and gene bank users.

The international consortium, IMAGE (H2020 European project) and AgroParisTech organizing a training session " Using gene bank material for...
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