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Impacts of agricultural research - towards an approach of societal values

Impacts of agricultural research - an approach of societal values

An International Conference organized by the French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA)

November 3-4, 2015 Paris

All practical information related to the event may be found on that page. For any request, please contact Ms Gaunand at

Important dates


  • July 14th: Deadline for extended abstract (500 words) submission online
  • October 10th: Deadline for free (but required) registration online
  • October 19th : Deadline for full papers submission.

A special issue of an international agricultural journal will be devoted to the publication of the papers presented at the conference.

Local Information

The venue will take place at the Mercure Paris Porte de Versailles Expo Hotel

36 38, rue du moulin, 92170  VANVES - FRANCE

photo hotel mercure


We do not have any special agreement with the Mercure hotel. You may book Standard to Privilege rooms there from #130€/night.

Téléphone : (+33)8 25 80 57 57

E-mail :


Location and access:

Local access: from public transportation to the Mercure Hotel may be found here:


The interactive map may be found here

The Mercure Hotel is well connected to several public transportation lines:

  Line Station
Underground station 12 Porte de Versailles.
13 Malak. Pl.Vanves
Bus 80 Porte de Vers.
58 Carr. A Legris
Tramway T3 Georges Brassens

From the Charles-De-Gaulle airport:

  1. Take the RER B direction Robinson or Saint-Rémy-lès-Chevreuse
  2. Stop at Cité Universitaire
  3. Take the Tramway T3a direction Pont du Garigliano
  4. Stop at Georges Brassens
  5. Walk #10min to the hotel

For whatever route in Paris, public transportation route may be planned on the RATP website here

Taxis from the Charles-De-Gaulle airport to the Mercure hotel may cost around 80€.