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SPS - Saclay Plant Sciences

Newsletter 3

NUMBER 3 : DECEMBER 2015

Editorial

loicDear all,

The last few months have been particularly rich in events organized by or with the SPS LabEx, in all areas ranging from training young scientists to raising the general public awareness, including research, of course, but also promoting innovation.

We can mention for example the Seed Biology Paris Summer School (June 28th–July 3rd), the International Conference on Arabidopsis Research (ICAR2015, July 5th-9th) and a satellite conference on post-transcriptional regulation of gene expression (PGRP, July 10th-11th) that took place during summer.

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Headlines

Fête de la science

SPS reveals the secrets of plants at the Fête de la Science 2015 !

2015 October 9th to 11th - Moulon Gymnasium

This year, from October 9th to 11th, the Saclay Plant Sciences LabEx once again participated in the Fête de la Science (Science Festival), at the Université Paris-Saclay. Read Lire

Bringing together the IPS2 research teams on the Paris-Saclay campus / Plateau du Moulon

As mentioned in a previous SPS Newsletter, the Institute of Plant Sciences Paris-Saclay, IPS2, was officially created in January 2015.

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IPS2

LabEx News

▉   Infrastructures

• Growing plants at the Jean-Pierre Bourgin Institute

Cutting-edge infrastructures and greenhouse managers to assist researchers 

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• Webpheno

A new website for the official opening of the high-throughput phenotyping platform 

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• SPS “Common Tools” Call for projects

Equipment to foster research and platforms

Since 2013, the SPS LabEx launches an annual call for projects dedicated to equipment for platforms or used in common by several teams.
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▉  Research

• ICAR 2015

A great success for the SPS LabEx

Icar

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• ANR (French Research National Agency) "Young Investigators" call for projects (JCJC call)

Last July, the ANR (French Research National Agency) released the results of the 2015 "Young Investigators" call for projects (JCJC call). The 2015 ANR action plan was organized into 9 major societal challenges and among the five laureates of the JCJC call within the "Food Security and Demographic Challenge", two were from the Laboratory of Excellence Saclay Plant Sciences.
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▉  Teaching and training

• The Seed Biology Paris Summer School

A look back on one of this summer’s events

• Summer School 2016

From gene expression to genomic network

Summer school 2016

• The Evos microscope

A teaching tool

▉  Innovation

• Saclay Plant' Innov' 2015

A day offering a wealth of information, interactions and ideas

One of the major objectives of the SPS LabEx is to promote innovation and develop public-private partnerships in the context of the LabEx.
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▉  Significant publications

• 2nd half of 2015

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Portrait

3 questions to Chloé Marchive

Chloé Marchive



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Since May 2015, Chloé Marchive is a business developer for partnership and innovation for the Saclay Plant Sciences LabEx, financially supported by the 3BCar Carnot Institute and the SPS LabEx. She works within the different laboratories that form the SPS LabEx.

Calendar

Summer School

♦ 2016 July 17th to 22nd
SPS Summer School
Saint-Lambert -Yvelines

 

Online

Webpheno

Phenoscope platform

Upsay

Meiosis, a complex recombinant"

Upsay

Master Life Sciences and Health

Upsay

Master integrative Biology and Physiology

Upsay

"These plants who can manage stress"

 

 

Bringing together the IPS2 research teams on the Paris-Saclay campus / Plateau du Moulon

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Portrait

3 questions to Chloé Marchive
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ICAR 2015

From July 5 to July 9 this year, the Convention Center of Paris welcomed, for the first time in France, the 26th International Conference on...
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Icar 2015 Pictures

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SPS reveals the secrets of plants at the Fête de la Science 2015!

This year, from October 9 to 11, the Saclay Plant Sciences LabEx once again participated in the Fête de la Science (Science Festival), at the...
Read more

Significant publications

2nd half of 2015
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webpheno

A new website for the official opening of the high-throughput phenotyping platform

Plant Observatory, IJPB, Versailles
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Growing plants at the Jean-Pierre Bourgin Institute

Cutting-edge infrastructures and greenhouse managers to assist researchers
Read more

SPS “Common Tools” Call for projects

Equipment to foster research and platforms
Read more

ANR (French Research National Agency) "Young Investigators" call for projects (JCJC call)

Last July, the ANR (French Research National Agency) released the results of the 2015 "Young Investigators" call for projects (JCJC call). The 2015...
Read more