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Unifying projects

Unifying projects2021-02-17T14:54:39+01:00

La pooling of tools and skills should allow the Great West to carry out large-scale biology programs to participate in international programs. So, Biogenouest provides technological means and associated know-how to support teams in their pursuit of excellence. Biogenouest encourages collaborations and encourages participation in European and international projects. To this end, Biogenouest offers researchers the opportunity to set up cross-functional federating projects.

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A unifying project has a character cross, innovative, original and " differentiating ". It highlights regional strengths and skills.

For a maximum period of 2 years, it is carried by at least one scientist and requires the recruitment of a person for its animation / coordination. The subsidy granted will relate only to the salary of this animator / coordinator.


Call for projects :

The unifying project necessarily involves several Biogenouest platforms and several research or service units in the field of Life and Environmental Sciences based in regions Britain et Pays de la Loire.

It should lead to the submission of project (s) for subsequent funding: ANR, Europe, etc.

For the first phase only a letter of intent is necessary.

📅 before May 10, 2021 at noon.

(documents below)

Procedure
Letter of Intent

Discover the current projects:

MoDaL project
CatalyMar Project

Previous unifying projects

  • EcoSyst (2016-2018): inter-regional project to bring out Systems Ecology.
  • e-Biogenouest (2012 - 2015): an e-science initiative of the Biogenouest community to promote the development of projects exploiting new information and communication technologies (high performance computing, cloud, data management and exploitation, etc.). The e-BGO project ended on April 30, 2015 and gave birth to a national e-Science initiative with the CeSGO.org
  • Integrative biology (2009 - 2011)
  • Genome, adaptation and environment : effects of stress on a large scale evolution (from bacteria to humans) (2006 - 2008)
  • Non-viral vectorization (2006 - 2008)
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