Whatever scientific discipline they have been trained in, researchers depend on laboratory and field activities. Involved in scientific networks, they respond to environmental, economic and social issues. In striving for excellence, they discover and create concrete applications, useful for society. Personal research and collective projects overlap to advance knowledge and to contribute to innovation, whether it means producing sustainably, preserving the environment or improving human nutrition.
Positions are open in a wide range of scientific disciplines such as cell and molecular biology, ecology, economics, genetics, genomics and other -omics, computer science and artificial intelligence, mathematics, nutrition, physiology, physical chemistry, medical and veterinary sciences and sociology.