The new brochure of the Occitanie-Toulouse Research Centre presents the multidisciplinary scientific activities of its 28 units and a dozen joint research units declined through its 4 research priorities:
- Integrative and predictive biology (plant - animal - micro-organisms)
- Food toxicology and health (one health / animal and human)
- Biotechnologies and bioeconomics
- Agroecology of farming and forestry, environmental economics, analysis of systems
And one transverse axe: computer sciences and mathematics for the agrobiosciences.
With nearly 1,200 INRAE researchers, engineers and technicians and 671 with tenure, the Occitanie-Toulouse centre represents more than 11% of the Institute's scientific publications.