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Dijon

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This film presents the research conducted at the INRA Research Centre of Dijon: agroecology, food and taste, territories and their development, ecology of microbial and aquatic ecosystems.

Burgundy is a region of France which is reputed for a large number of traditional products, some of which have received prestigious quality labels. Large areas are devoted to specific types of agriculture (vineyards, field crops, pastures) which shape the landscape.
INRA has been present in Burgundy since 1946, when INRA was founded. The Dijon Research Centre has a multidisciplinary vocation and its fields of research reflect the overall research priorities developed by INRA throughout France, namely food and nutrition, agriculture and the environment.
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Burgundy is a region of France which is reputed for a large number of traditional products, some of which have received prestigious quality labels. Large areas are devoted to specific types of agriculture (vineyards, field crops, pastures) which shape the landscape.
INRA has been present in Burgundy since 1946, when INRA was founded. The Dijon Research Centre has a multidisciplinary vocation and its fields of research reflect the overall research priorities developed by INRA throughout France, namely food and nutrition, agriculture and the environment.
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This film presents the research conducted at the INRA Research Centre of Dijon: agroecology, food and taste, territories and their development, ecology of microbial and aquatic ecosystems.

Burgundy is a region of France which is reputed for a large number of traditional products, some of which have received prestigious quality labels. Large areas are devoted to specific types of agriculture (vineyards, field crops, pastures) which shape the landscape.
INRA has been present in Burgundy since 1946, when INRA was founded. The Dijon Research Centre has a multidisciplinary vocation and its fields of research reflect the overall research priorities developed by INRA throughout France, namely food and nutrition, agriculture and the environment.
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This film presents the research conducted at the INRA Research Centre of Dijon: agroecology, food and taste, territories and their development, ecology of microbial and aquatic ecosystems.

Burgundy is a region of France which is reputed for a large number of traditional products, some of which have received prestigious quality labels. Large areas are devoted to specific types of agriculture (vineyards, field crops, pastures) which shape the landscape.
INRA has been present in Burgundy since 1946, when INRA was founded. The Dijon Research Centre has a multidisciplinary vocation and its fields of research reflect the overall research priorities developed by INRA throughout France, namely food and nutrition, agriculture and the environment.
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By the audiovisual team of the Institute’s communications department and the Communications manager of the Dijon Centre. Duration: 18 minutes

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