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Innovation Awards Groupe Roullier

Plant and Soil Nutrition international contest rewarding the two best projects with a 60,000 € grant each and with a one-year research contract. Those research contracts could be the starting point for a long-term collaboration with the Groupe Roullier. Read more

The Innovation Awards Roullier ceremony took place in the 28th June 2018 in the city of Saint-Malo in France. The 2 winners were rewarded with a financial grant of €60,000 each one.
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Project Steps

  • 01/10Contest entry opening
  • 31/03Applications deadline
  • 30/04Preselection of ten applications
  • 31/05Nomination of the two winners
  • 28/06Awards ceremony

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Nicolas Vermersch, General Director - Centre Mondial de l'Innovation Roullier

Innovation is at the heart of our business strategy

“Grouping together all the skills involved in this innovation process on a single site with unique means makes it possible to secure and accelerate our development.

The synergies thus developed within our Centre Mondial de l'Innovation Roullier allow us to respond to the specific needs of all our subsidiaries on each continent, regarding all types of crops and livestock.

The dual challenge is to maintain our leadership in the eld of Plant Nutrition while becoming a significant player in Animal Nutrition.”

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CMI partner for the « 3rd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference » in Hungary

From March 24 to 26, the 3rd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference took place in Budapest, Hungary. International scientific researchers presented their works focusing on the impact of climate change on crop production and proposed solutions to maintain and increase crop productivity in this new context.

The CMI and TAI in partnership with the French Atlas of Soil Bacteria

Soil represents a vital area of research for the agriculture of tomorrow. The billions of bacteria that can be found in one single gram of soil are an important source of growth for plants. It is for this reason that this issue has a specific R&D department within the CMI, where we have taken in two postdoctoral researchers from Professor Lionel Ranjard’s team from the INRA Agroecology Mixed Research Unit.

Biocontrol for phytoparasitic nematodes