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SPS - Saclay Plant Sciences

Newsletter 5

NUMBER 5 : JULY 2017

Editorial

loic

Dear all,

You will find in this newsletter a lot of information about Research, Teaching and Training, Equipment, Innovation or Scientific animation in the SPS LabEx. You will see in particular the excellent results of the flagship projects during the first phase of the LabEx (2012-2016) and of partnership projects (SPS'Innov), as well as the results of the last call for research projects. Finally, do not forget to look at the agenda for the months to come and to note in particular the dates of the next SPS meeting (October 23-24, 2017, Versailles), the Saclay Plant'Innov' 2017 meeting (November 21, 2017, Orsay) and the second international SPS conference (July 4-6, 2018).

But first, I would like to mention the recent passing of our colleague and friend Patricio Leboeuf (Deputy Research Director of the FCS and then of the Université Paris-Saclay), who left us at the end of June, at 57 years old, taken by a heart attack after a long battle with disease. On behalf of our community, I would like to pay tribute to him for his kindness and dedication to the Université Paris-Saclay. Patricio actively supported us in building the various LabEx projects, ranging from the creation of IPS2 to the SPS-GSR project (see below) and the 3P LidEx strategic project (Plant Phenotyping Platform). We offer our condolences to his family and loved ones.

Concerning the overall evolution of the Université Paris-Saclay project, I invite you to read the report of the general assembly of the Paris-Saclay Department of Life Sciences (SdV), which took place on June 29 (downloadable here). Very briefly, the IdEx evaluation is postponed to the end of 2017 (October initially), the visit of the site will take place mid-February 2018 and the hearing in front of the jury, mid-March. The ministry is planning a legislative adjustment to facilitate the structuring of new institutions (i.e. the possibility for an institution to include several legal personalities). Claude Chappert emphasizes that the precise status, the duration of its experimentation, and the precise adaptation considered for Saclay are not yet known, but seem a priori favorable to move the Paris-Saclay project forward.

Finally, an important new milestone was reached for the Plant Sciences community, with the submission of the “SPS Graduate School of Research” project at the end of June, in response to the Investments for the Future’s "EUR" call. This project is based both on the renewal of the LabEx and its funding for a new 10-year period (2018-2027) and on the request for an additional grant to specifically strengthen Research-Teaching & Training interactions and internationalization.

Happy reading !

Loïc Lepiniec

Headlines

Fascination of Plants Day 2017

Fascination of Plants Day 2017

On this occasion, the SPS LabEx organized a day of discovery of plant biology for high school students, in collaboration with the Inra Center of Versailles-Grignon.
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LabEx News

▉  Infrastructures

• PAPPSO

A very dynamic proteome analysis platform 

PAPPSO

• InterATOME

A new protein-protein interaction platform 

InterATOME

▉  Recent highlights

• 1st semester 2017

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▉  Research

• Flagship Projects

An outstanding scientific production

During the creation of the Saclay Plant Sciences LabEx, four major flagship projects have been defined for a period of approximately 5 years (2012-2016) and a total budget of 2 M € . These projects are gradually coming to an end..
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• SPS Research Open Call

9 PhDs and 10 post-docs funded 

AAP Recherche SPS

▉  Innovation

• Idex Paris-Saclay Prematuration call

Very good results for the SPS teams!

Out of the 159 projects selected since the Idex Paris-Saclay Prematuration call was created, 10 projects are led by SPS members, of which 4 are funded via the LabEx, which has contributed financially to the last two calls.Read... Read

• SPS’innov

A winning "package"…

Since 2012, 13 projects involving 17 different private partners have been funded by SPS through this call.
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SPS'innov

Portrait

Axel de Zélicourt

3 questions to Axel de Zélicourt

Axel de Zélicourt is an Assistant Professor in the "Physiology and Signaling" team at the Institute of Plant Sciences of Paris-Saclay (IPS2, Orsay).


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Calendar

Saclay Plant Sciences

♦ October 23-24, 2017
SPS Meeting
Versailles

Saclay Plant Sciences

♦ July 4-6, 2018
International Conference SPS 2018:
Plant Sciences for the Future
Paris-Saclay campus

Saclay Plant Innov

♦ November 21, 2017
Saclay Plant'Innov'
Gif-sur-Yvette

SPS Summer school

♦ July 8-13, 2018
SPS Summer School:
Plant Epigenetics
Saint-Lambert des Bois

Online

Raphael Mercier

The INRA "Scientific breakthrough" Award for Raphaël Mercier

Communiqué Racine

Press release

When a root becomes a shoot, how plant organs change identity

     
      
Fascination of Plants Day 2017

Fascination of Plants Day 2017

Plant biology for high school students...
Read more

The PAPPSO proteome analysis platform

The proteome is defined as the protein complement expressed by a genome. It is dynamic, in that it depends on the environment, on the developmental...
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InterATOME: the IPS2 protein-protein interaction platform

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Recent highlights

1st semester 2017
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An outstanding scientific production for the Flagship Projects

Read more

9 PhDs and 10 post-docs funded through the Research Open Call of the SPS LabEx

Read more

Idex Paris-Saclay Prematuration call: very good results for the SPS teams!

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Portrait

3 questions to Axel de Zélicourt
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