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higher education and research institutions, development and incubation platforms

14 joint research units

3 joint technology units (UMTs)

5 main thematic area

Contacts

Scientific coordination :

Bruno Blondin (Montpellier SupAgro)
Hervé Hannin (Montpellier SupAgro),
Thierry Simonneau (INRA)
Jean-Marc Touzard (INRA)
Patrice This (INRA)


Agropolis International :

Mélanie Broin
broin@agropolis.fr

Isabelle Amsallem
amsallem@agropolis.fr

The Dossiers d’Agropolis International series is a deliverable of Agropolis International that is produced within the scope of its mission to promote expertise of the scientific community.

Each Dossier is devoted to a broad scientific theme, and includes a clear overview that is a ready reference for all laboratories and teams associated with Agropolis International that are conducting research on the target theme.

 

"les dossiers d'Agropolis International"

(n° 21 - October 2016- 76 pages)

 

"Viticulture and Wine"

Viticulture and Wine thematic file Agropolis InternationalScientific coordination : Bruno Blondin (Montpellier SupAgro), Hervé Hannin (Montpellier SupAgro), Thierry Simonneau (INRA), Jean-Marc Touzard (INRA), Patrice This (INRA)

Coordination: Chantal Dorthe (INRA)

Agropolis International Correspondent: Mélanie Broin

Training, research and innovation expertise on viticulture and wine at the scientific research platform in Montpellier and area

This Dossier presents the scientific structures based in Languedoc-Roussillon area, members of the Agropolis International scientific community, whose activities are focused on training, research and innovation regarding viticulture and wine:

  • higher education and research institutions, development and incubation platforms

  • 14 joint research units (UMRs, attached to several parent organizations) and research groups, conducting studies in different complementary scientific disciplines (genetics, physiology, agronomy, ecology, oenology, economy, information science, etc.)

  • 3 joint technology units (UMTs), experimental units and field stations, conducting studies in the field or in technology centres for research units and public and private partners.

This special issue showcases the broad range of training, research and innovation expertise of regional stakeholders in the fields of viticulture and wine.

Scientifically, based on practical examples in five main thematic areas:

  • analysis of the diversity and functioning of the grape genome
  • vineyard management, agricultural practices, impact reduction
  • knowledge to control wine quality
  • social science, innovation and sectoral transformation approaches
  • meeting digital challenges in the sector and a cross-cutting chapter illustrating how—through transdisciplinary programmes—climate change adaptation and sustainable vitiviniculture challenges can be addressed by combining these skills and expertise.

This Dossier also highlights the broad scope of partnerships developed by regional scientific stakeholders with the academic sector in France, Europe and worldwide, and with the private sector to support and facilitate top notch research and training, so as to meet the needs of stakeholders in the sector, and of consumers, while fostering innovation.

The range of diploma training-education courses (2-5 years of higher education) offered by Agropolis International member institutions in the viticulture and wine sectors are also presented.

Foreword

Topics covered by the reserach teams

Analysis of grape genetic diversity and genome functioning

Vineyard management, agricultural practices and impact reduction

Knowledge for controlling wine quality

Social science, innovation and sectoral transformation approaches

Meeting digital challenges in the sector

Interdisciplinary programmes to address challenges in the viticulture and wine sector

Partnerships and innovations to support businesses

Training offered by Agropolis International member institutions in the viticulture and wine field

List of acronyms and abbreviations

 

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These thematic directories provide a global and easy to consult presentation of the laboratories, teams and research units of all the Agropolis intitutes involved in the given issue. They also provide information on the wide range of training sessions available.

One of the objectives of the series is to facilitate contacts for the development of exchanges and technical and scientific cooperations by a wider promotion of the community skills.

 




 
 

Mise à jour le 2/11/16

Mélanie Broin - Agropolis International
broinr@agropolis.fr




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