With nearly 1,200 INRAE ​​researchers, engineers and technicians, the Occitanie-Toulouse centre represents more than 11% of the Institute's scientific publications.  Open to innovation with local players, the centre conducts research in biology, biotechnology and agronomy, in plant and animal sciences and health management, and in economic, social and information sciences.

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A node within an especially rich higher-education, research and innovation system, in a region where agriculture and the agrifood sector are the largest employers, the Occitanie-Toulouse Centre is a major player in science and open innovation at the service of the agroenvironmental transitions of the food systems.


Pierre-Benoit Joly, President of INRAE Occitanie-Toulouse Centre

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