Projects

Flagship projects

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On this page, you can discover a presentation of the 546 projects funded by Agropolis Fondation since its creation in 2007. A search engine is at your disposal and the projects are extractable in PDF format.

The flagship projects are presented above. These are the ones that have received more than 500 000 euros in funding.

The Foundation supports three categories of projects:

Research projects Training projects Dissemination, promotion and transfer projects
Exploratory and innovative projects;
Disciplinary projects exploring research fronts;
Major multidisciplinary flagship projects.
Creation of training courses;
Establishment of MOOCs;
International thematic schools.
International scientific events;
Project maturation/transfer;
Publication and dissemination.

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We have chosen to present all projects in English to simplify export.

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’Preparation of GenTree’

’Proposal development: Management and sustainable use of forest genetic resources in Europe (GenTree)’

’Support for the setting up of the European project GenTree which will deal with the management and use of forest genetic resources in Europe’
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’AWARD’

’Study of the nutritional characteristics of previously analysed edible mushrooms as biofertilisers’

’Fungi are particularly valued as subsistence foods in many developing countries, where they make a significant food contribution in central and southern Africa during months of the year when the food supply is inadequate. Like many soil microorganisms, they have physiological properties that allow them to feed on organic and inorganic soil substrates. As these properties are involved in the maintenance of soil fertility, these fungi could (...)
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’AWARD’

’Study of the nutritional characteristics of previously analysed edible mushrooms as biofertilisers’

’Fungi are particularly valued as subsistence foods in many developing countries, where they make a significant food contribution in central and southern Africa during months of the year when the food supply is inadequate. Like many soil microorganisms, they have physiological properties that allow them to feed on organic and inorganic soil substrates. As these properties are involved in the maintenance of soil fertility, these fungi could (...)
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’AWARD’

’Study of the nutritional characteristics of previously analysed edible mushrooms as biofertilisers’

’Fungi are particularly valued as subsistence foods in many developing countries, where they make a significant food contribution in central and southern Africa during months of the year when the food supply is inadequate. Like many soil microorganisms, they have physiological properties that allow them to feed on organic and inorganic soil substrates. As these properties are involved in the maintenance of soil fertility, these fungi could (...)
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’AWARD’

’Study of the nutritional characteristics of previously analysed edible mushrooms as biofertilisers’

’Fungi are particularly valued as subsistence foods in many developing countries, where they make a significant food contribution in central and southern Africa during months of the year when the food supply is inadequate. Like many soil microorganisms, they have physiological properties that allow them to feed on organic and inorganic soil substrates. As these properties are involved in the maintenance of soil fertility, these fungi could (...)
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’AWARD’

’Study of the nutritional characteristics of previously analysed edible mushrooms as biofertilisers’

’Fungi are particularly valued as subsistence foods in many developing countries, where they make a significant food contribution in central and southern Africa during months of the year when the food supply is inadequate. Like many soil microorganisms, they have physiological properties that allow them to feed on organic and inorganic soil substrates. As these properties are involved in the maintenance of soil fertility, these fungi could (...)
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Ad hoc support

13ème Colloque International d’Epidémiologie des Virus de Plantes

Viruses are a major agronomic threat in all agroecosystems. In the absence of curative treatments, the deployment of varietal resistances, the limitation of transmission (often by insects) and the adaptation of cultural practices are key factors for virus control. Precise knowledge of viruses and the parameters influencing their epidemiological dynamics is necessary to develop sustainable and effective control methods, and a synergy between (...)
Viral vection Control methods Viral dynamics and evolution Plant viruses Epidemiology
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Ad hoc support

14ème Symposium International sur la Génomique Fonctionnelle du Riz

The International Symposium on Rice Functional Genomics (ISRFG) is an event that has brought together between 200 and 700 participants since 2003, each year in a different country. The symposium is held every 10 years in Europe, the previous edition having taken place in Montpellier in October 2006. Beyond the cognitive aspects, the dual challenges of food security and climate change, and how genomics-assisted improvement of rice and its (...)
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Ad hoc support

18th International Congress on Frankia symbiosis and actinorhizal plants

The funding request concerns support for the organisation of the 18th International Congress on "Frankia symbiosis and actinorhizal plants" (http://www.actino2015.com/) which will be held from 21 to 25 August 2015 at Agropolis International-Montpellier. The international congress "Frankia symbiosis/actinorhizal plants" is organised every two years. It allows the scientific community working on actinorrhizal plants to take stock of the major (...)
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Ad hoc support : 1st OFE conférence

1rst Farmer Centric On-Farm Experimentation Conference

How can we encourage the adoption of innovations, be it new agro-ecological practices, new technologies, or both? By experimenting! This is the vision of many researchers and practitioners who believe that On-Farm Experimentation (OFE) can meet this challenge. Indeed, with digital technology, a new form of On-Farm Experimentation (OFE) is possible: it is centred on the farmer’s problems with the aim of improving production (better knowledge (...)
Open innovation Agroecological transition Digital technologies Farmer-centric approach Co-learning
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