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Founded in 1988 on the campus of Thiverval-Grignon, the joint research unit for Microbiology and Food Process Engineering is a multidisciplinary group with a permanent staff of some 60 members (molecular biology, microbiology and microbial engineering, chemical engineering, physics and physical chemistry, sensory analysis, mathematical and cognitive sciences). This group includes employees from INRA and from AgroParisTech and has a dual mission of research and teaching in the field of process engineering of agricultural, food and biological products. This website will allow you to discover the research unit through its activities, the men and women who make it happen, its main experimental tools and some results that highlight our receptivity to social and economic partners.
The Director,
Pascal Bonnarme



PhD offer

A PhD offer about "MEchanisms of protection of bacterial membrane Lipids by OligosacchariDes (MELODy)" is open for applications.
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PhD defense

March 6th 2017 at 1:30 pm AgroParisTech, Claude Bernard, Amphithéâtre Dumont

Solenne Jourdren will defend her PhD thesis intitled (in french): "Le processus oral, une étape clé à l’origine des propriétés sensorielles de...

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PhD defense

february 27th 2017 at 2 pm AgroParisTech, Claude Bernard, Amphithéâtre Tisserand

Damien Mat will defend his PhD thesis intitled: Lipolysis and proteolysis kinetics during in vitro digestions of model foods: influence of the...

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New direction committee

A new direction committee has been established at the beginning of 2017.
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Workshop Eco-design of Agro-Bio-Industry Processes

We are pleased to announce that a Workshop about Eco-design of Agro-Bio-Industry Processes will take place on 4th-5th February 2016 in Paris.
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100 results to understand the fate of food in the digestive tract
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