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27 January 2020 - Plant residue mulch on the soil surface will hold no more secrets for you!

27 January 2020 - Plant residue mulch on the soil surface will hold no more secrets for you!

A webinar was organized by the Association Française d'Etude du Sol (AFES) and given by Sylvie Recous on January 16th.
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7 January 2020 - A new model to calculate the microbial allocation of enzymes

7 January 2020 - A new model to calculate the microbial allocation of enzymes produced over soil decomposition

Plant litter is composed of different chemical compounds, such as cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignin whose decomposition is catalyzed by...
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12 December 2019 - New markers of lignocellulose recalcitrance

12 December 2019 - New markers of lignocellulose recalcitrance

Lignocellulose is a plant resource containing polymers that can be valorised into biomolecules, fuels and materials, but its natural chemical and...
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10 December 2019 - Françoise Berzin elected to the French Group of Rheology Board of Directors

10 December 2019 - Françoise Berzin elected to the French Group of Rheology Board of Directors

Founded in 1964, the French Group of Rheology (GFR) is member of the International Committee of Rheology and the European Society of Rheology (ESR)....
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Editorial

Uncovering the mechanisms and tools shaped by Nature to improve the use of renewable carbon and to contribute to sustainable development: this is the ambition of FARE laboratory.

Our mission, inside the network of our INRA and URCA partner labs, is focused on three key points of the biological / technological transformation of lignocellulosic plant biomass, for non-food usages:

- follow the degradation of lignocellulose (culture residues, litters) by soil micro-organisms in the field, in order to maintain fertility and to favor ecosystem services necessary for a sustainable agriculture (input management, carbon and nitrogen cycles);

- fractionation of lignocellulose by enzymatic or microbial biotechnological processes, to produce chemicals of interest for chemistry and energy, while respecting the green chemistry concepts (2G bioethanol, sugar-based surfactant,…);

- using agro-sourced fibres and polymers, to design innovative nanostructured materials with new optical properties (protective films and coatings), or composite materials with high technical and environmental performances (light, recyclable, biodegradable,…).

Enjoy visiting our website!

Dr Bernard Kurek, Director of FARE

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