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Studying differences in the insecticide resistance of green aphids
Un puceron vert du pêcher
10/11/2022

Studying differences in the insecticide resistance of green aphids

In aphids of the species Myzus persicae , there is a low rate of gene flow for insecticide resistance between the populations that colonise different plant species. This discovery made by scientists from ANSES, INRAE and the University of Montpellier may lead to a new approach to the strategies implemented to control the development of resistance to these pesticides.
Vaccination changes the evolution of a coronavirus in chickens
Influenza Aviaire
27/10/2022
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Vaccination changes the evolution of a coronavirus in chickens

A study conducted by ANSES has shown that the genome of a strain of the avian infectious bronchitis virus, which belongs to the coronavirus family, evolves differently depending on whether it infects vaccinated or non-vaccinated animals.
Foundation stone laid for the joint ANSES-ANSM building in Lyon-Gerland
Bâtiment Lyon
19/10/2022

Foundation stone laid for the joint ANSES-ANSM building in Lyon-Gerland

On 19 October, the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES) and the French Health Products Safety Agency (ANSM) officially launched the construction of their future shared building in Lyon, with the symbolic laying of the foundation stone.
New European projects on the horizon, to better protect animal and human health
europe
18/10/2022

New European projects on the horizon, to better protect animal and human health

ANSES is involved in five new projects that have been selected by the EU's Horizon Europe research programme. Some of them started in the first half of 2022, while others will begin this autumn.
A new international campus for equine studies
Vue d'artiste du bâtiment de l'unité Pheed rénové
10/10/2022

A new international campus for equine studies

ANSES is a partner of the International Equine Campus, whose first stone was laid today, 10 October. The campus will aim to give an international dimension to the Normandy site, which specialises in equine research and training.
ANSES celebrates science
Scientifique manipulant une pipette et des tubes à essai
07/10/2022

ANSES celebrates science

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Metropolitan France
Our laboratories look forward to seeing you at the Fête de la Science (French Science Festival)! On this occasion, you will have the opportunity to meet with our scientists, learn about their research topics, take part in activities on the prevention of food poisoning, attend workshops on plant parasites and antimicrobial resistance, and much more.
Tick-borne encephalitis : tracing the origin of cases of transmission via cheese
Fromages de chèvre
04/10/2022

Tick-borne encephalitis : tracing the origin of cases of transmission via cheese

For the very first time, human cases of foodborne infection with tick-borne encephalitis virus were observed in France in 2020. Several ANSES laboratories responded in order to understand the circumstances, improve the detection of the virus in raw-milk products, and thus prevent the risk of similar cases occurring. The initial results of their work were recently published.
Media monitoring as an additional means of identifying plant pests
Un papillon fulgore tacheté, ravageur de végétaux
28/09/2022
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Media monitoring as an additional means of identifying plant pests

In its work to monitor and detect new plant pests, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) regularly analyses the scientific literature, as well as the professional and general media. This monitoring is complementary to other existing surveillance systems. In particular, it enables the detection of very localised damage caused by organisms that are not subject to mandatory reporting.
Recovery plan : Energy-efficiency refurbishment of two ANSES sites
27/09/2022

Recovery plan : Energy-efficiency refurbishment of two ANSES sites

As part of the State "France Relance" plan, two energy-efficiency refurbishment projects have been selected to receive a total of €107,174.40 in EU funding.

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