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The need to fight animal diseases at global level led to the creation of the Office International des Epizooties through the international Agreement signed on January 25th 1924. In May 2003 the Office became the World Organisation for Animal Health but kept its historical acronym OIE. The OIE is the intergovernmental organisation responsible for improving animal health worldwide. It is recognised as a reference organisation by the World Trade Organization (WTO) and in 2017 has a total of 181 Member Countries.
FORCE-A is a start-up company created in 2004 located in Orsay, France. FORCE- A designs and commercializes innovative plant diagnostic tools and solutions for real-time crop monitoring and management, dedicated to precision viticulture. FORCE-A’s Multiplex and Dualex optical sensors can assess the physiological, health and maturity status of grapevine through its intrinsic fluorescence properties.
Founded in 1998, Noveltis is a French SME that performs innovative scientific engineering studies and implements customised end-user solutions in the fields of Space, Environment and Sustainable Development. Noveltis scientists develop high-tech solutions that federate strong expertise in remote sensing, geographic information systems, decision support tools and environmental modelling. In close collaboration with the European research community, Noveltis works on projects for the space agencies (e.g. CNES, ESA, EUMETSAT), national environmental institutions (e.g.
Inra Transfert is a fully-owned INRA’s subsidiary founded to exploit INRA’s research results and innovative technologies, and develop them into concrete business opportunities. It is a technology transfer company specialised in innovative technologies arising from agriculture- related research. The INRA Transfert European Projects Department is aimed at strengthening the INRA’s contribution to the implementation of the European Research Area with the mission to help INRA researchers and partners to setup projects in response to EC calls and manage them when selected by the EC.
The RCC maintains 4575 strains of marine microalgae, bacteria and viruses.read more
Prof. Philippe Lebaron established the MOLA collection in 2001, and we now maintain 2515 environmental bacterial strains in our collection, with new ones being added each week. Microorganisms are isolated from samples taken during oceanographic cruises all over the globe: from oligotrophic...read more