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Best Wishes 2020

Best Wishes 2020

Secalim, research unit of INRAE born from the merger of INRA and IRSTEA, wishes you a Happy New Year 2020
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SAFFI H2020 Project

SAFFI : Safe Food for Infants in China and the EU [H2020 project ]

Safe Food for Infants in China and the EU
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International Conference on Food Contaminants 2019

The 3rd International Conference on Food Contaminants - Challenges on Risk Assessment held in Aveiro (Portugal), 26th and 27th September 2019.
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Secalim at the international Conference IAFP Europe

The main European actors of food safety (agencies, research laboratories and food companies) at Nantes from the 24th to the 26th of april
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Campylomic : One Health Genomics of Campylobacter jejuni

Comparison of stability study of Campylobacter jejuni genotypes of human and food isolates
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About the Foodborne Pathogen Campylobacter

Editorial in the famous international journal: Frontiers in Microbiology
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ALTEROBIO : Séquencer le microbiote de l’usine agro-alimentaire [Projet Régional Pays de la Loire]

Application à la production de saumon fumé.
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BIOMICS Omic Biomarkers of bacterial adaptation [French inter-regional Brittany - Pays de la Loire project]

Innovative methodology combining transcriptomics, statistics, and modelling to evaluate the capacity of Campylobacter jejuni to survive stress
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REDLOSSES REDucing food LOSSES by microbial spoilage prediction [French ANR Project]

Dynamics of bacterial communities and sensorial characteristics to predict meat product spoilage
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Omics workshop

Workshop on integration of omic data in risk assessment

14th of may, 2016 Athens, Greece

Umr Secalim participated to organisation of a workshop on integration of omic data in risk assessment

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IAFP 2016

2016 IAFP European Symposium on Food Safety

11-13 may Athens, Greece

UMR Secalim participated to the European Symposium on Food Safety organised by IAFP at Athens

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Red meat risks

Red Meat : Health risks

Consuming less than 65 g of red mead per day would limit the risk of colorectal cancer and cardiovascular diseases
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Kick-off of ITN PROTECT

Kick-off of Marie-Curie ITN PROTECT project – Predictive mOdelling Tools to evaluate the Effects of Climate change on food safeTy (2019-2023) – Dublin – 23rd and 24th of maiy 2019

The European project PROTECT has been launched the 23rd and 24th of may 2019 in Dublin. Secalim (UMR Oniris-INRA), one of the academic partner was...
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New project : Meat'Integrate

Microbial Risk Assessment of Meat, From the Farm to Fork: Integrating Knowledge, Data and Existing Models into an Innovative Quantitative Risk...
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PROTECT Predictive mOdelling Tools to evaluate the Effects of Climate change on food safeTy

Training of phD students in modeling with skills acquisition on quantitative risk assessment, food processes, life cycle analyzes and decision...
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How bacteria are influenced by their surroundings in food throughout the food chain.

Impact on microbial ecology and hazards?

Our fields of expertise :

Biology of pathogenic and spoilage bacteria, Knowledge of industrial sectors of food production, microbial ecology, functional and comparative genomics, predictive microbiology and modelling, Risk assessment.