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IRSTEA (previously known as CEMAGREF) is a French public research institute devoted to agricultural and environmental engineering. It is split in three departments covering water and land management, and agricultural issues. Among them, the “Ecotechnologies” Department is involved in technological developments for sustainable agricultural systems. The ITAP (Information and Technology for Agro Processes), located in Montpellier, is a joint laboratory with AgroM, the French Faculty of Agronomy, which is a world-wide leader in viticulture.
Horta Srl is a university spin-off company. Its mission is to increase the value of research by transferring the technological innovation to practical agriculture at national and international level, by developing new cropping strategies, methods and products, and Decision Support Systems (DSSs) based on new Information and Communication Technologies. Horta is currently developing two DSSs for the management of tomato and organic vineyards.
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.
According to the Constitution of APAARI, membership in the Association shall be open to national agricultural research institutions, councils, organizations and universities from countries of the region, as well as agricultural research and development fora in Asia-Pacific and other regions. In countries where agricultural research is handled directly by a government department, the relevant unit/bureau is eligible to become a member of the Association.
Graduates from the world’s top universities, Inria's 2,400 employees rise to the challenges of digital sciences. Research at Inria is organised in “project teams” which bring together researchers with complementary skills to focus on specific scientific projects. With this open, agile model, Inria is able to explore original approaches with its partners in industry and academia and provide an efficient response to the multidisciplinary and application challenges of the digital transformation.
The SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics is an independent, non-profit foundation that includes some 70 bioinformatics research and service groups and some 800 scientists from the major Swiss schools of higher education and research institutes. SIB provides world-class bioinformatics.
Founded in 1939 by governmental decree, the CNRS aims to:
Evaluate and carry out all research capable of advancing knowledge and bringing social, cultural, and economic benefits for society.
Contribute to the promotion and application of research results.
Develop scientific information.
Support research training.
Participate in the analysis of the national and international scientific climate and its potential for evolution in order to develop a national policy.
Rothamsted is the longest-running agricultural research station in the world. Its track record includes the discovery of the most widely used class of insecticides and its current research strategy addresses challenges in arable crops, grassland and bioenergy systems. Hosting the largest UK group of scientists working on bioinformatics, statistics and modelling applied to agri-food systems, Rothamsted hosts Agrimetrics’s Head Office. This critical mass enables the centre quickly to engage with a range of players in the industry.
CSC offers data research performance analytics for state, public and research administration. The Publication Forum Portal, an IT solution for maintaining classification of publication channels, is a joint project of CSC and the Publication Forum.
CSC facilitates cooperation, interaction and knowledge sharing and experience through the TUHA network. Working together, we can make innovations that improve research administration and research itself. See also the introduction to the ORCID researcher identifier in Finland.