Engineering sciences - Agronomy/Food Science
The scientific community has been sounding the alarm over the effects of pesticide use on human health and the disappearance of numerous species in agricultural environments for half a century. As early as 1962, Rachel Carson's pioneering work predicted "silent springs" caused by the decline of birds, the collateral victims of pesticides via the poisoning of environments and the disappearance of insects.
As heatwaves intensify in France, we need to adapt our crops. A new study by INRAE and Institut Agro reveals the genome regions involved in tolerance to extreme temperatures in grapevines - thanks to an experiment using the exceptional canicular episode of June 2019. Results published on February 7 in New Phytologist.
Launched in March 2022, the TSARA Initiative - Transforming Food Systems and Agriculture through Research in Partnership with Africa - including 22 m
Biodiversity-friendly livestock farms could be a real source of inspiration! Some positive news for the planet drawn from the conclusions of a study revealing how farm design and management can provide a window of opportunity for nature. Results published in the January 2024 issue of Agricultural Systems.
Two delegations from INRAE and CIRAD, both led by their CEOS, visited Senegal from 24 to 26 January 2024.
The REWACT (REducing food WAste in the cold Chain of Tropical countries) International Associated Laboratory (LIA) was launched in 2023.
Today in Brussels Stephen Quest, Director-General of the Joint Research Centre (JRC) and Philippe Mauguin, CEO of the French National Research Instit
PhD Candidate - Site Specific Nitrogen fertilisation and Soil Mineralisation Agroscope, Ettenhausen
Un.e professeur.e HES associé.e en Botanique agricole et malherbologie, à 100% HES-SO Genève, HEPIA site Lullier, 1254 Jussy / HEPIA site Genève, 1202 Genève
Scientific project assistant for water protection 100% Agroscope, 8046 Zürich
Post-Doctorant (H/F): identification de variants impliqués dans la coopération chez le blé dur CNRS, Montpellier
Chercheuse / Chercheur (H/F) en analyse phytolithique CNRS, Nice