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Réseau de relations de voisinage et mouvements commerciaux

Endemic Livestock Disease, Trade & Neighbourhood

An article to be found on the INRA website.
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RedAb: Which innovative ways to reduce antibiotics in ruminants?

THURSDAY 23 MAY in PARIS: RedAb: Which innovative ways to reduce antibiotics in ruminants?

Come and discover the day of restitution of the RedAb project, on May 23rd at the CNIEL in Paris. Innovative tools to support changes in practices...
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EcoAntibio SIMV 2018 Research Award

EcoAntibio SIMV 2018 Research Award

The EcoAntibio research prize was awarded by the SIMV to Lucie Collineau, doctoral student in the BIOEPAR unit, for one of her publications in the...
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Reproscope web tool is online

Reproscope web tool is online

Reproscope is a web-based tool on the reproductive performance of cows and helps to set breeding goals in the herd.
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The Inra Pays de la Loire centre at the Salon de l'Agriculture

The Inra Pays de la Loire centre at the Salon de l'Agriculture from 23 February to 3 March 2019

A team of researchers and technicians from UMR BIOEPAR will be on hand to help run the INRA stand on the theme of "The Secret Life of Plants and...
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The scientific day of the Sant'innov project

The scientific day of the Sant'innov project "Organisation of sectors and animal health" on 26 March 2019

The scientific day of the Sant'innov project will take place on March 26, 2019 at Oniris - Chantrerie site - Nantes
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Le porc, nouvel allié des chercheurs en immunologie © Shutterstock

Pig, a new ally for immunology researchers

Immunology research is a discipline aimed at understanding the immune response, a complex defence reaction involving different organs. In recent...
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24th edition of the Meetings on Ruminant Research - 3Rs

24th edition of the Meetings on Ruminant Research - 3Rs

These scientific days co-organized by INRA and the Institut de l'Élevage were held on 5 and 6 December 2018 at the La Villette Convention Centre in...
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EMULSION: an expert-friendly language for designing and exploring mechanistic epidemiological models

EMULSION: an expert-friendly language for designing and exploring mechanistic epidemiological models

Complex mechanistic epidemiological models are powerful methods to understand and predict pathogen spread at multiple scales
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Olivier Plantard's conference on

Olivier Plantard's conference on "Ticks: arachnids addicted to blood meals" - Nantes

Olivier Plantard, INRA research director at UMR BIOEPAR, will give a lecture at the Nantes Natural History Museum on Tuesday 20 November 2018 at 8.30...
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