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- A new website for the LRSV :
A new website will be launched soon. This website will be adapted to new informatics materials (smartphones, tablets...) and will be connected to social networks.

- The LRSV and the "French excellence initiative" projects :

* Our laboratory belongs to the TULIP LabEx : Towards a Unified theory of biotic Interactions : the roLe of environmental Perturbations.

The TULIP Labex project was selected during the first wave of the "French excellence initiative",TULIP . Winner in the category of "LABoratory of EXcellence" or LabEx", it will anchor in Midi-Pyrenees a high quality research and education team in the field of ecology and plant biology.

In addition to LRSV, this project groups 4 laboratories : LIPM (Laboratory of Plant-Microbe Interactions, UMR 2594/441 CNRS/INRA), EDB (Evolution and Biological Diversity, UMR 5174 UPS/CNRS/ENFA), GBF (Genomic and Biotechnology of the Fruit, UMR 990 INRA/INP-ENSAT) et SEEM (Station d’Ecologie Experimentale du CNRS à Moulis, USR 2936 CNRS/UPS).

* The French MetaboHUB project aims at creating a national infrastructure of metabolomics that will place France among the European leaders for advanced research services in metabolomics and fluxomics. This infrastructure will provide tools and services to academic research teams and industrial partners in the fields of nutrition and health, agriculture and biotechnologies. It groups four metabolomics and fluxomics existing platforms located in Bordeaux, Clermont-Ferrand, Saclay and Toulouse.

MetaboHUB Infrastructure will address major life science trends and challenges listed in the National Strategy for Research and Innovation priorities. MetaboHUB outputs will provide full service, (i) relevant biomarkers for personalized nutrition and personalized medicine and diagnosis of diseases with major socio-economic impact such as obesity, cancer, cardiovascular, neurological pathologies and infectious diseases (ii) stress indicators and biomarkers for plant and animal breeding programs and agricultural practices, and (iii) new tools to optimize microbial metabolic engineering and create new synthesis pathway with industrial applications and (iV) complements to other ‘omics’ technologies data to support systems biology approach.

The LRSV hosts the Plant secondary metabolites platform which belongs to the Toulouse MetaToul facility.

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