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INRA

Institut National de la Recherche Agromique - INRA

In today’s complex climatic, demographic and energy context, agricultural research must deal with major issues on various scales. Preparing worldwide food availability and security by 2050, reducing greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture, and promoting alternative agricultural and forestry practices that can respond to non-reversible climate change are challenges the entire world must face. Some of the many underlying concerns that must be tackled include understanding individual behaviour on a regional or market level; studying the relationships between plant, animal and human health; researching new ways of producing energy and materials from agricultural sources; and limiting overall environmental impacts.
To deal with these issues, the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) produces scientific knowledge and works for economic and social innovation in the areas of food, agriculture and the environment.

147 rue de l'Université
75338 Paris Cedex 07

Tél : +33(0)1 42 75 90 00

Subventions :

  • Département Mathématique et Informatique Appliquée (MIA) - 3 000 €
  • Département Biologie & Amélioration des Plantes (BAP) - 1500 €
  • Département Santé Animale (SA) - 1 000 €
  • Département Santé des Plantes et Environnement (SPE) - 1 000 €
  • Département Microbiologie et Chaîne Alimentaire (MICA) - 3 000 €
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  • UMR INRA/UBP 1095, Génétique, Diversité et Écophysiologie des Céréales (GDEC) - 1 000 €
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Website : INRA web site

CNRS

Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique - CNRS

The Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (National Center for Scientific Research) is a public organization under the responsibility of the French Ministry of Education and Research.

As the largest fundamental research organization in Europe, CNRS carried out research in all fields of knowledge, through its ten institutes. CNRS encourages collaboration between specialists from different disciplines in particular with the university thus opening up new fields of enquiry to meet social and economic needs. CNRS has developed interdisciplinary programs which bring together various CNRS departments as well as other research institutions and industry.

CNRS laboratories (or research units) are located throughout France, and employ a large body of tenured researchers, engineers, and support staff. Laboratories are all on renewable four-year contracts, with bi-annual evaluation by the National Center for Scientific Research.

CNRS,

3 rue Michel-Ange

75794 Paris Cedex 16

Subventions:

  • Gdr BIM - 10 000 €
  • IFB-core - 10 000 €
  • INEE - 3600 €
  • CNRS Délégation Rhône Alpes - 1000 €

Website : CNRS Web site

Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale

INSERM

As the only French public research institute to focus entirely on human health, in 2008 Inserm took on the responsibility for the strategic, scientific and operational coordination of biomedical research. This key role as coordinator comes naturally to Inserm thanks to the scientific quality of its teams and its ability to conduct translational research, from the laboratory to the patient’s bed.

http://www.inserm.fr/contact

Subventions - see Aviesan

Website : Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale

Alliance Nationale pour la Science de la Vie et de la Santé

Aviesan

Aviesan est née de la volonté d’accroître encore ces performances de la recherche française, en favorisant sa cohérence, sa créativité et son excellence. Cette mission appelle une coordination scientifique des grandes thématiques de recherche, transversales à tous les organismes, et une coordination opérationnelle des projets, des ressources et des moyens.

http://www.aviesan.fr/fr/aviesan/accueil/contact

subvention : 3 000 €

Website : Alliance Nationale pour la Science de la Vie et de la Santé