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Election of Hervé Vaucheret as member of the European Molecular Biology Organization

Hervé Vaucheret has been elected as a member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). EMBO members are elected solely on the basis of their excellence in research and as such, selection as an EMBO member is a tribute to the key research H. Vaucheret has carried out on gene silencing in plants. As a new member, he will join the ranks of approximately 1200 of the leading researchers in Europe representing the full diversity of molecular biology disciplines.

(October 2005)


Election of two IJPB scientists to the French Academy of Sciences

Michel Caboche (Seed Biology Laboratory) et Georges Pelletier (Genetics & Plant Breeding Laboratory) have been elected to the French Academy of Sciences, section "Integrative Biology", on November 30th, 2004.

(March 2005)


Positions open for the VERT Marie Curie Early-Stage Training Site

Within the 6th Framework Programme for Research & Development of the European Union, the Marie Curie Host Fellowships for Early Stage Research Training (EST) are aimed at offering structured scientific and/or technological training as well as providing complementary skills for young researchers with less than 4 years of research experience. The researchers are appointed directly by the selected host for periods between 3 months and 3 years. The idea is to encourage participants to take up long-term research careers by helping them to enhance their job prospects.
The goal of the VERT consortium is to provide European scientists at the beginning of their activity with key concepts and methods necessary for a multidisciplinary approach to plant integrative biology in the post-genome era.

All information on the VERT website.

(february 2005)


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Election of Hervé Vaucheret as member of the European Molecular Biology Organization

Hervé Vaucheret has been elected as a member of the European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO). EMBO members are elected solely on the basis of their excellence in research and as such, selection as an EMBO member is a tribute to the key research H. Vaucheret has carried out on gene silencing in plants. As a new member, he will join the ranks of approximately 1200 of the leading researchers in Europe representing the full diversity of molecular biology disciplines.

(October 2005)


Election of two IJPB scientists to the French Academy of Sciences

Michel Caboche (Seed Biology Laboratory) et Georges Pelletier (Genetics & Plant Breeding Laboratory) have been elected to the French Academy of Sciences, section "Integrative Biology", on November 30th, 2004.

(March 2005)


Positions open for the VERT Marie Curie Early-Stage Training Site

Within the 6th Framework Programme for Research & Development of the European Union, the Marie Curie Host Fellowships for Early Stage Research Training (EST) are aimed at offering structured scientific and/or technological training as well as providing complementary skills for young researchers with less than 4 years of research experience. The researchers are appointed directly by the selected host for periods between 3 months and 3 years. The idea is to encourage participants to take up long-term research careers by helping them to enhance their job prospects.
The goal of the VERT consortium is to provide European scientists at the beginning of their activity with key concepts and methods necessary for a multidisciplinary approach to plant integrative biology in the post-genome era.

All information on the VERT website.

(february 2005)


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