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JOBIM: bioinformatics meets in Lille


From 3-6 July, Lille Grand Palais is hosting the 18th Open Days in Biology, Computer Science and Mathematics (JOBIM). 300 people are expected there, to discuss innovations in bioinformatics and biostatistics. Two teams from the Inria Lille - Nord Europe center are involved in this event: Bonsai and Modal.


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Inria Awards 2017

Inria Awards 2017 winners


Lets's discover the men and women who contribute to innovative computer science and mathematics and drive the development of our digital world. The Inria awards also underline the contributions of research and innovation support teams who play a significant part in the efficiency and successes of Inria. All the 2017 awards have been honoured during the Inria 50th birthday event at the CENTQUATRE-PARIS on novembre 7th 2017.


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The Tara Expedition: plankton tells us a lot about our climate

Hélène Xypas - 2/12/2011

Saturday September 5, 2009. The Tara vessel leaves Lorient for a two and a half year expedition across the world’s oceans. This expedition is the first attempt to carry out a global study of marine plankton. The aim is to increase our knowledge of this ecosystem, by studying its biodiversity and by better understanding its key role in regulating the climate. A specialist in DNA sequencing and bioinformatics, Laurent Noé, a member of the Bonsai project team, talks about the expertise of his team on this voyage.


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Researcher's path

Mireille Régnier : 'Contributing to knowledge of the human genome'

Laure Guion - 26/03/2012

For the first annual Maths Week, March 12-18, the theme was "Women and Maths". It offered an opportunity to interview three researchers and team leaders at Saclay, with three different profiles and careers, but who all chose to discuss with us their choice to work in science and research. This week we met with Mireille Régnier, head of the Amib project-team.


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