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CRB-Anim Seminar

National Infrastructure in Biology & Health

CRB-Anim Biennal Seminar 2015 

International Scientific Seminar

 February 9th & 10th 2015
 at MGEN Salle "Plein Ciel" 3, square Max Hymans. 75015 Paris - France   


After more than 2 years after CRB-Anim's launch, the project is up to run its first international seminar. The goal of this event is to look at the scientific advancements made since the kick-off with the recommandations and proper evidences and analysis of our pool of international guests experts.

This two days seminar will feature presentations on general topics such as ethics, genetic & reproductive resources, and opportunities of cryobanking technologies; and also some presentations of CRB-Anim's results, current issues and work in progress materials. A round-table discussion will close the seminar for an exchange between scientists and members of the international committee.

To learn more about the program and the participants, click here

This event is free and open for mandatory registration by clicking here. (No entrance will be allowed for the event without a valid registration. The admins of the seminar may refuse any registration for logistic issues)

For more information about the project :


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Schedule Update

Schedule Update

With less than 1 month remaining before CRB-Anim's bi-annual event, we decided to update the schedule to its final version.
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Schedule of the event

Schedule of the event

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About CRB-Anim

About CRB-Anim

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