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The main part of our lab is located in the BIOGER building (#13) within the campus INRA-AgroParisTech (1 Lucien Brétignières road, 78850 Thiverval-Grignon; latitude: 48°50’47.8’’N - longitude: 1°56’26.4’’E. A few other members of staff from the EPIDEMIOLOGY team work in facilities (inoculation chambers, dew chambers, greenhouses) shared with Terre Inovia and located 1 km away behind the buildings of the AgroParisTech experimental farm.

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You can join us:

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     by train, from Paris Montparnasse station (about 40 minutes)

Take a train going towards « Dreux » or « Mantes-la-Jolie ». Stop at « Plaisir-Grignon » station. Then, take a Hourtoule bus #19 (timetables) from « Plaisir-Grignon platform #9 » until the « Château-Campus » station. You can also walk about 2 km or call your host to pick you up by car (more convenient if you arrive in the middle of journey).

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by car, from from Paris porte d'Auteuil

Get on the A13 road going towards « Rouen ». At the « Triangle de Rocquencourt » take the A12 road going towards « Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines/Dreux ». Take the « toutes directions » exit and follow signs to « Dreux ». On N12 road, take the D30 « Plaisir-Les Gâtines/Centre commercial » exit, then follow to D30 road going towards « Poissy ».

You can be accommodated in a nearby hotel, for instance:

     à l'hôtel Garabel ** (juste en face de la gare SNCF de "Plaisir-Grignon")

     au FastHotel * (si vous avez un véhicule)

Address written correspondence to:

UMR 1290 BIOGER (bâtiment n°13)  
INRA-AgroParisTech
Avenue Lucien Brétignières 
BP 01
78850 Thiverval-Grignon
FRANCE