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PiroGoTick at the Equine Science and Innovation Days

The PiroGoTick project presented at the IFCE Equine Science and Innovation Days

Who are these ticks parasitizing your equids in mainland France? This is the title of the stand that the PiroGoTick project team will hold at the...
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EAFP bi-annual day

Review of the bi-annual day of the French branch of EAFP, organised by BIOEPAR

About forty EAFP members met last month at Oniris for the EAFP day. The programme included presentations, discussions and visits to the aquaculture...
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Highlights 2021: Farmers' control decisions and the spread of infectious diseases

Highlights 2021: Farmers' control decisions and the spread of infectious diseases through the animal trade

BIOEPAR members share with you their highlights of the year 2021. A year still marked by the pandemic, but one in which the members of our laboratory...
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Highlights 2021: Artificial intelligence methods for modelling the spread of pathogens

Highlights 2021: Artificial intelligence methods for modelling the spread of pathogens in highly structured populations in space and time

BIOEPAR members share with you their highlights of the year 2021. A year still marked by the pandemic, but one in which the members of our laboratory...
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Highlights 2021: Living Lab Prudent use of antibiotics in pig and poultry farming

Highlights 2021: Living Lab Prudent use of antibiotics in pig and poultry farming

BIOEPAR members share with you their highlights of the year 2021. A year still marked by the pandemic, but one in which the members of our laboratory...
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Highlights 2021: ModAH²

Highlights 2021: ModAH², the 2nd International Conference "Modelling in Animal Health"

BIOEPAR members share with you their highlights of the year 2021. A year still marked by the pandemic, but one in which the members of our laboratory...
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Highlights 2021: Designing targeted incentive policies to prevent the risk of bovine tuberculosis

Highlights 2021: Designing targeted incentive policies to prevent the risk of bovine tuberculosis on farms

BIOEPAR members share with you their highlights of the year 2021. A year still marked by the pandemic, but one in which the members of our laboratory...
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Highlights 2021: Reorganising the trade in young beef cattle

Highlights 2021: Reorganising the trade in young beef cattle to reduce the risk of respiratory diseases

BIOEPAR members share with you their highlights of the year 2021. A year still marked by the pandemic, but one in which the members of our laboratory...
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Highlights 2021: The biology of a poorly known bird-associated tick species

Highlights 2021: The biology of a poorly known bird-associated tick species finally revealed!

BIOEPAR members share with you their highlights of the year 2021. A year still marked by the pandemic, but one in which the members of our laboratory...
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Highlights 2021: Q fever: the contribution of cattle as a reservoir

Highlights 2021: Q fever: the contribution of cattle as a reservoir of human infection should not be overlooked

BIOEPAR members share with you their highlights of the year 2021. A year still marked by the pandemic, but one in which the members of our laboratory...
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