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Funded PhD project available at the Lab

Funded PhD project available at the Lab

The PhD will focus on the impact of adipose tissue development on myogenesis in trout
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Project FEAMP STAYIN’ALIVE

Project FEAMP STAYIN’ALIVE

STAYIN'ALIVE: a project aimed at "Understanding and preventing mortalities induced by sexual maturation in Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus)" and...
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[Press release] Rainbow trout can recognize their own

[Press release] Rainbow trout can recognize their own

After a period of training using a device that associates self-feeders positioned in front of visual stimuli displayed on a screen, rainbow trout...
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Permanent Scientist position opened at INRA LPGP on comparative genomics of fish

Permanent Scientist position opened at INRA LPGP on comparative genomics of fish

Submission deadline for open competitions: March 4th 2021
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PhD defense of  Yéléhi-Diane Ahongo

PhD defense of Yéléhi-Diane Ahongo

February 26th 2021 - 14h Amphi Moule - Agrocampus Ouest - Rennes et en ligne

Muscle rebuilding and flesh quality recovery in trout after ovulation

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Meeting of the WP5 partners in AQUAEXCEL3.0

20/01/2021 Visio

The global objective of WP5 is to develop innovative biotechnologies that will overcome the difficulties encountered in the production and long term...

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[PRESS RELEASE] AQUAEXCEL3.0

[PRESS RELEASE] AQUAEXCEL3.0: A project to boost European aquaculture research

Where does your seafood come from? In Europe, some 75% of such products are imported, so it is important to ensure the long-term sustainable growth...
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AQUAculture infrastructures for EXCELlence in European fish research 3.0

Monday 7 December 2020 Skype

Today is the kick-off meeting of AQUAEXCEL3.0 (online). This 5 years-EU project is coordinated by INRAE (Marc Vandeputte) and it gathers 22 partners...

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PhD defense of Boudjema Imarazene

PhD defense of Boudjema Imarazene

14 december 2020 - 14h IUT de Rennes (Huis-clos)

Microevolution of sex determining mechanisms in the Mexican tetra, Astyanax mexicanus

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Publications 2021

Publications 2021

Articles and book chapters published in 2021 (update May 2021)
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