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Women In Science at INRA

On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, proclaimed by the United Nations to promote scientific careers for women, discover the portraits and films of women committed to science at INRA.

Women In Science at INRA 2019
Updated on 02/13/2019
Published on 02/06/2019

 © NICOLAS Bertrand
© NICOLAS Bertrand
Carole Caranta, at the head of INRA research in plant biology and breeding, works "with drive and passion, tapping into collective intelligence"

> Portrait
   

. © INRA
© INRA
Esther Dzalé Yeumo, computer scientist at INRA, moving forward in the era of BigData & OpenScience: “It’s a chance to connect knowledge and make new discoveries!” 

> Portrait
   

. © Bertrand NICOLAS - Inra, NICOLAS Bertrand
© Bertrand NICOLAS - Inra, NICOLAS Bertrand
Isabelle Oswald has, through her internationally-recognized research, made an important mark in the world of mould toxin research: “Loving my job is a luxury that I appreciate on a daily basis”

> Film 
   

. © INRA, MAITRE Christophe
© INRA, MAITRE Christophe
Her motto "Growing things together!" Christine Charlot paved her own career path at INRA with great strides motivated by "creating the ideal conditions for scientists to do their job"

> Film
  


Emmanuelle Jacquin-Joly, research director has never lost her passion for insects and odours. Her research ranges from neurobiology to agronomy, from genes to behaviour, with applications for biocontrol

> Portrait
  

 © PIQUEMAL Ludovic
© PIQUEMAL Ludovic
Sophie Nicklaus, specialist in children’s food preferences. What she likes about research "Everything! The findings can be translated into concrete action"

> Portrait
  

. © INRA, NICOLAS Bertrand
© INRA, NICOLAS Bertrand
Ana Villares designs new bio-sourced materials. A remarkable researcher, Ana stresses the importance of learning from everybody’s shared experiences and practices in order to move forward

> Film

  

. © Jean-Pierre Divet
© Jean-Pierre Divet
Yuna Chiffoleau, sociologist & specialist in network economics “short food distribution channels can help protect agriculture from economic and social duress”

> Portrait
 

. © INRA, Christophe Maitre
© INRA, Christophe Maitre
"Always dare, take the plunge, be at the interfaces" this could be the motto of Monique Axelos, INRA Scientific Director for Food & Bioeconomy

> Portrait (in French, the English version will be published shortly)