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N° 50
  25 January 2017  
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  As from tomorrow, 32 permanent positions will be open for research scientists 

In 2017, let’s nurture projects which nurture the world! INRA invites research scientists to join its scientific teams which are tackling the world’s major challenges: stabilizing climate change, reducing food insecurity, ensuring the energy transition, constructing the agriculture of the future, preparing Open Science and Big Data.

INRA is recruiting 32 research scientists in a wide range of scientific fields in life sciences, material sciences and human and social sciences. These positions are open to applicants of all nationalities who have a PhD. Applications are facilitated by an online procedure: applications are open until 1st March 2017. Paper applications are open until 3 March 2017.

> Find out more
> Click here on Thursday 26 January to see the profiles proposed and to download the application file

Through to 27 February 2017, INRA is also recruiting junior and experienced research scientists and junior and experienced engineers with disabilities.

> Apply, find out more

INRA is recruiting

Current offers and opportunities at INRA.

INRA is recruiting 32 scientists. © INRA
INRA is recruiting 32 scientists until 3rd March 2017

In 2017, INRA is recruiting 32 research scientists to reinforce its teams. Positions are open to all nationalities. Applications were open from 26 January to 1st March (for online applications) or 3 March 2017 (for paper applications). You can no longer apply.

INRA campaign to recruit researchers and engineers with disabilities. © INRA
INRA is recruiting research scientists and engineers with disabilities

Each year, a specific recruitment procedure is open for candidates with disabilities. INRA is recruiting junior and experienced research scientists and engineers. Applications are open until 27 February 2017. You can no longer apply.

From 14 February 2017, INRA is recruiting 88 engineers, managers, technicians and administrative staff. © INRA
INRA is recruiting 88 engineers, managers, technicians and administrative staff until 16 March 2017

Applications are open for jobs in a wide range of professional fields, both in research and in research support. INRA recruits at all levels of qualification, from vocational training certificate to PhD. Positions are available throughout France. Applications were open from 14 February to 16 March 2017. You can no longer.


International mobility

AgreenSkills and AgreenSkills+ mobility programmes: encouraging international careers
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.

Julie Jimenez, research scientist at INRA’s Laboratory of Environmental Biotechnology (LBE) in Narbonne. © INRA
The magic touch: turning garbage to gold

Julie Jimenez has been a research scientist at INRA’s Laboratory of Environmental Biotechnology (LBE) in Narbonne since 2015. The lab is a world leader in biological processes for treating organic waste.

Scientific Breakthrough Inra Award 2016 : Raphaël Mercier
Multimedia content
Raphaël Mercier—unraveling the mysteries of plant genetics

A brilliant researcher sheds light on key cellular mechanisms using a plant model. The 2016 winner of the Scientific Breakthrough Award is Raphaël Mercier, who is a research director in the Meiosis and Recombination group at the Jean-Pierre Bourgin Institute, which is part of the INRA center of Versailles-Grignon.

Sabrina Gaba, research scientist at the Agroecology Research Unit at INRA Dijon. © INRA, Ludovic Piquemal
Delving into agroecology

Sabrina Gaba, a research scientist at the Agroecology Research Unit in Dijon, works with wild plant communities. She has shown that these plants that sprout up all on their own in fields or along roadsides play an important role in the agroecosystem. Reducing pesticide use to eliminate them would be beneficial to both farmers and biodiversity in farming areas.


Etienne Bucher, winner of ERC Consolidator Grant

Agenda
25 Feb - 05 Mar 2017
INRA at the 2017 International Agricultural Show
Paris


Research News
Nerine peach. © INRA, MONET René
Pathogen-related harvest losses: analysis and quantification

It is not easy to quantify pathogen-related harvest losses, particularly when damage affects the vegetative parts of plants and recurs in subsequent years.  Several projects have contributed to modelling these losses and thus enable an evaluation of the efficacy of the different solutions proposed.

Yuanyang rice terraces in China. © INRA, JB Morel
Divide and rule, or how plant diversity increases the sustainability of their resistance

In the Yuanyang region of China where rice cultivation is a tradition, scientists from INRA and CIRAD, working in collaboration with a Chinese team, have focused on the defence mechanisms of rice against its pathogenic agents. They have shown how the very differing immune systems of two rice varieties that have been co-cultivated for centuries have united their forces to evade pathogenic agents in a sustainable manner. Published in eLIFE, these findings underline the importance of the functional diversity of plants to limiting epidemics at the scale of a landscape.

Laboratory in the MICALIS Joint Research Unit. © INRA, NICOLAS Bertrand
Asthma: a "health" effect of lung bacteria demonstrated for the first time

INRA scientists*, working in collaboration with their colleagues from Ghent University (Belgium)  have revealed for the first time that certain bacteria in the lungs may be associated with beneficial or harmful effects on asthma. This work, published in The ISME Journal on 3 January 2017, shows that the microbial community present in the lungs (pulmonary microbiota) constitutes an as yet unexplored source of bacteria, or substances produced by bacteria, which could attenuate certain respiratory diseases such as asthma.


Food additive E171: first findings of oral exposure to titanium dioxide nanoparticles

Conflicts of interest and publications on GM Bt crops

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