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N° 53
  30 June 2017  
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  As from 3 July 2017, INRA is recruiting 49 experienced researchers 

You would like to put your passion for discovery to work and address major societal challenges such as nutrition that meets people’s needs, competitive and sustainable agriculture and protecting the environment? Come and join us! At INRA, researchers express their creativity and attain scientific excellence as part of a team in an effort to expand knowledge that will lead to concrete and innovative applications society can use.

As from 3 July 2017, INRA is looking to recruit 40 research directors and 9 research scientists to strengthen its research teams.  The project-based recruitment is open to applicants who have several years of experience and are able to develop and carry out research projects.

Facilitate the procedure by applying online: applications are open until 30 August 2017. Paper applications are open until 1 September 2017.
> Research scientists: Click here to apply or get more information
> Research directors: Click here to apply or get more information

And also...

INRA encourages the international mobility of researchers:
> the AgreenSkills programmes promote the international mobility of young and experienced researchers through incoming and outgoing fellowships. Find out more, apply>>

INRA is recruiting

Current offers and opportunities at INRA.

INRA is recruiting 49 experienced researchers in 2017
INRA is recruiting 49 experienced researchers in 2017

Being an INRA researcher means supporting the Institute in its commitment to open science with digital tools.  INRA uses open competitions to recruit experienced researchers who are proficient at designing and conducting research projects. Applications were open from 3 July to 30 August (online applications) or 1st September (paper applications) 2017. You can no longer apply.

Agreenskills. © inra, W. Beaucardet
AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+ mobility programmes: encouraging international careers

The AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+ programmes, coordinated by INRA, promote the international mobility of young and experienced researchers through incoming and outgoing fellowships. In all disciplinary fields and regardless of nationality, they offer attractive hosting and recruitment conditions. The final call for applications is open until 8 February 2018.


International mobility
Careers and talents

The people at INRA work in over 50 scientific disciplines and 70 different professions. They seek answers to the major concerns of the 21st century: providing healthy, high-quality food sources and ensuring competitive, sustainable agriculture while preserving the environment.

Stéphane Hazebrouck, researcher at INRA's Food Allergy Laboratory, on the INRA stand at the 2017 International Agricultural Show. © Bertrand NICOLAS - INRA, NICOLAS Bertrand
The road to health

It’s just a short skip and a jump from hard sciences to public health, and it’s one that Stephane Hazebrouck made wholeheartedly. With a background in engineering and microbiology, he has followed the research path to INRA’s Food Allergy Laboratory. It’s a route that has enabled him to tackle some of society’s biggest health challenges.

Anne Listrat, researcher at the Joint Research Unit for Herbivores at INRA Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, manipulates a cryotome to obtain histological sections. © INRA, SIMONIN Gérard
Eyes on top quality

What makes meat tender and juicy? Since 1990, researcher Anne Listrat has been studying just that. She conducts research on the quality of beef in INRA’s Herbivores Joint Research Unit in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes.

Arthur de Fouchier, Contrat Jeune Scientifique. Inra, Institut d’écologie et des sciences de l’environnement de Paris (UPMC, CNRS, Inra, IRD, Univ. Paris Diderot, Univ. Paris Est Créteil Val de Marne) et Université d’Amsterdam, Institut de la biodiversité et des dynamiques des écosystèmes. © Catherine Foucaud-Scheunemann
Arthur de Fouchier, passionate about smell

The benefits of a Young Scientist Contract

Nicolas Cèbe. © INRA, MAITRE Christophe
A rare bird

Nicolas Cèbe of the INRA Center of Toulouse is not your ordinary animal caretaker. He is as singular as the colony of European roe deer for which he cares. He feels a deep attachment to the wild species that he encounters and studies daily. He developed his unique skill set on the job, where he dedicates himself to furthering research. His career choice was one of passion.

Christine Cherbut, Deputy Director General for Scientific Affairs, and Jean-François Soussana, Vice President for International Policy © MAITRE Christophe, Inra
International outlook and joint innovation: two INRA nominations strengthen two bold commitments

INRA President Philippe Mauguin has named Christine Cherbut Deputy Director General for Scientific Affairs. She succeeded Olivier Le Gall as of 1 April 2017. Philippe Mauguin also created the position of Vice President for International Policy, to which he has named Jean-François Soussana. In line with Mr Mauguin’s mission and vision, and in the framework of the stated objectives of the 2025 INRA orientation document, Christine Cherbut and Jean-François Soussana will work closely together to develop an ambitious scientific strategy and reinforce the Institute’s partnerships at the national, European and international level.

Mission log

In order to maintain the dynamics of scientific excellence and pursue its mission to train researchers, INRA encourages exchanges and international mobility to and from France.

José Manuel Torres Ruiz, a postdoc at INRA’s Nouvelle-Aquitaine-Bordeaux centre © GIRARD Alain, Inra
Sabater Award 2017: INRA hosts this year’s winner

José Manuel Torres Ruiz, a postdoc at INRA’s Nouvelle-Aquitaine-Bordeaux centre, is this year’s winner of the Sabater Award. This award recognises the scientific research of young Spanish researchers in plant physiology.


Agenda
03-07 Jul 2017
List-MAPS Summer School on Proteomics
Clermont-Ferrand
03-07 Jul 2017
5th Labex COTE International Summer School
Bordeaux (France)
04-07 Jul 2017
Genopole Summer School - Bioinformatic and biostatistical tools in medical genomics
Seine Port (Paris region)
07-15 Jul 2017
7th International Summer School of Agroecology (ISSAE)
Brussels
15-21 Jul 2017
2017 Summer School in Ecology and Integrative Biology of the TULIP LabEx
French Pyrenees


Research News
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Where’s the beef: fake meat or real livestock production?

This report provides food for thought about a topic that is of growing concern in developed societies: livestock production and meat consumption. Drawing on various findings from research, it offers no simple answers, but rather a few trains of thought that provide a basis for building an informed opinion.

Microbiota, the intestinal revolution. © INRA
Microbiota, the intestinal revolution

INRA is a world leader in research on human intestinal metagenomics, a field that is revolutionising science, nutrition and medicine.

Différents types de légumineuses dans des sacs en papier.. © INRA, NICOLAS Bertrand
#Openscience: a global database on grain legume yields

Numerous experiments have been performed throughout the world to compare the yields of grain legumes. INRA scientists have now developed an open-access database which can be used to compare the performance of different species.

Apple trees in blossom. © INRA, NIORE Jacqueline
Apple: a very high quality genome obtained

An international consortium led by INRA and involving research scientists in France, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and South Africa, has been able to obtain a very high quality apple genome by combining the most recent DNA sequencing technologies with classic mapping methods. Their findings provide scientists an unprecedented view of the composition and evolution of a tree genome, and offers new perspectives for the creation of new varieties, notably in order to reduce pesticide use. These results are published in Nature Genetics on 5 June 2017.

agriculture numérique, Big Data,. © INRA
The #DigitAg Institute for the Convergence of Digital Agriculture

By focusing the skills of 25 research units and their partners on a multidisciplinary approach and by proposing a research-training-transfer continuum, the #DigitAg Institute for the Convergence of Digital Agriculture, based in Montpellier, aims to become a reference centre for the development of digital agriculture and companies working in this area.


Sunflower genome reveals symphony of genes involved in oil production and flowering

Symbioses between plants, fungi and bacteria: a new look at these ancestral alliances

European cooperation on organic farming research

Following its integration within the TWB consortium, Heurisko puts its cutting-edge technology at the service of biotechnology R&D

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