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Professional partnership

Industrial partnerships

Pegase's partnerships with private companies are carried out through joint research programs and contract research. Over the last 5 years, we have worked with many actors in different fields, mainly in animal nutrition. Most industrial partnerships are established under the aegis of the Carnot Institute France Futur Elevage (F2E), or via industrial projects of the Brittany Region (e.g., the Valorial competitiveness cluster).

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Partnerships with applied research organizations

In the framework of the Joint Technology Units (UMT), Pegase collaborates with extension services and applied research organizations.

  • In the UMT Riel 3.0, we work with the Institut de l'élevage on the economy and working conditions in dairy farms, on milk quality, and on the environmental efficiency of dairy production systems.
  • In the UMT DigiPorc, dedicated to digital technology for pigs, we work with Ifip in the fields of nutrition with better use of resources, product quality, reduction of environmental impacts, health and well-being, and in a global approach to pig breeding. Approaches to modeling, high-throughput data processing, or utility design to establish recommendations through the implementation of integration and/or prediction models are developed.

Funding of PhD-scholarships

PhD students are co-financed through partnerships between public organizations (Inrae's scientific departments or multidisciplinary metaprograms, such as Sanba, Metabio, Digit-Bio) and local authorities (Brittany Region).
Cifre doctoral students, employed by private companies, are also very regularly hosted by Pegase.
Thesis topics are proposed via the Ecology, Geosciences, Agronomy, Food (Egaal) doctoral school in Rennes. Pegase also regularly hosts foreign doctoral students, codirected or just for a short stay, and post-doctoral researchers.

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