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Inria and the Institut Pasteur in Lille sign a transdisciplinary partnership framework agreement on digital sciences and health

27/04/2016

Whilst research in the field of life sciences has made considerable progress over recent decades, an increase in life expectancy or the arrival of new epidemics pose continuously renewed challenges for researchers. Today, medicine and the digital sciences go hand in hand, requiring a transdisciplinary approach. The Institut Pasteur in Lille and Inria therefore wanted to sign a transdisciplinary partnership framework agreement for various research projects.

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Creation of InBio

Charlotte Renauld - 22/02/2017

On 1 February InBio was created, the result of the collaboration between the Inria Saclay - Île-de-France research centre and the Institut Pasteur. Grégory Batt becomes the head of this exploratory action hosted by the Lifeware team and presents his project: automating the discovery process in biology.

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From left to right : Eric Horlait, Grégoy Batt and Christian Bréchot - Inria

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Welcome to InBio!

Magalie Quet - 24/03/2017

Friday 17 March 2017 saw the official launch of InBio, a joint exploratory effort between Inria and Institut Pasteur hosted by the Lifeware team (Inria Saclay – Île-de-France).

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Biomedicine & Digital

Bacteria, between resistance and resilience

Université de Duke, Inria, Institut Pasteur - 12/12/2018

Biomedical engineers at Duke University, in collaboration with Inria and the Institut Pasteur (Paris), have shown experimentally that there is more than one flavor of antibiotic resistance and that it could -- and should -- be taken advantage of to keep first-line antibiotics in our medical arsenal.

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