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10 June 2024

By: SG

Bienvenue Louis

Louis Delaunay was admitted to the Oniris Nantes competitive examination for lecturer in Food Microbiological Safety and Risk Assessment on Thursday May 17. Welcome Louis!
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10 June 2024

By: SG

ph.D thesis on Listeria monocytogenes

The thesis proposal concerns the Development of fluorescent biomarkers in Listeria monocytogenes to better predict the impact of the food process on its survival and virulence in dairy products.
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10 June 2024

By: SG

SECALIM at IAFP2024

As it does every year, SECALIM was present at the IAFP international food safety conference held in Geneva from 30 to 21 May.
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11 December 2023

By: SG

Visit of two students from Hokkaido University

Two Master 2 students from Hokkaido University visited our unit last 10th november
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11 September 2023

By: SG

Plant "milks" and their potential microbiological risks in a context of climate change

As part of the food protein transition, new plant-based products will be launched on the market. Their microbiological stability needs to be assessed, particularly in the context of climate change. Example of an assessment of the risk of spoilage with Geobacillus stearothermophilus in UHT bottles and cartons.
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21 February 2024

By: SG

HOLIFOOD A holistic approach to addressing food systems risks in a changing global environment [Horizon Europe]

A systems approach, which takes into account the entire environment in which food is produced, including economic, environmental and social aspects
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11 September 2023

By: SG

Measuring pH to monitor bacterial spoilage

A Bayesian pH modeling approach was used to describe and simulate the pH evolution of fresh meat products
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11 September 2023

By: SG

FUTURE ISSUE: Microbiological Risk Assessment of the Food Processing and Distribution Chain

A book coordinated by Jeanne-Marie Membré on microbiological risk assessment
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11 September 2023

By: SG

Effect of preservatives on bacterial populations (microbiota) in pork sausages

The lactate-free formulation changes the bacterial composition and accelerates the spoilage of sausages.
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11 September 2023

By: SG

Performance objective and consumer health: application to Campylobacter in the poultry food chain

An assessment of consumer exposure to Campylobacter that takes into account strain variability and cell history
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11 September 2023

By: SG

In the era of climate change: reducing health risks while minimizing environmental impact

A detailed analysis of studies integrating life cycle analysis and risk assessment in different areas
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11 September 2023

By: SG

ESCAPE: Characterization of the interaction between the microbiota of chicken meat and the foodborne pathogen Campylobacter [ANR JCJC Project ]

Nabila Haddad, assistant-professor at SECALIM, was awarded the ANR JCJC 2021 with her ESCAPE project on Campylobacter. The ESCAPE project was selected during the ANR 2021 Call for Generic Projects in the CE21 - Food and food systems, in the Young Researchers Young Researchers (JCJC) scheme, which funds individual research projects worn by scientists at the start of their careers.
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11 September 2023

By: SG

RiskConso :Expertise in the service of public policies on public health risks related to food and their perception by consumers [INRAE DAPP Project]

Understand to better reduce the distortion between risk assessment by experts and risk perception by consumers
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11 September 2023

By: SG

A new recruit at SECALIM

Boris Misery has been recruited as an assistant professor at Oniris, in Microbial Ecology
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11 September 2023

By: SG

Meat spoilage: a complex phenomenon to decipher

Causal links between meat microbiota, volatiloma and sensory alteration in meat
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11 September 2023

By: SG

How to compare new food eating practices in terms of risk?

Development of a model for simultaneous assessment of chemical and biological risks
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11 September 2023

By: SG

Antibiotic resistance, an investigation from breeding to food

Do Rainbow Trout Fillets Host Determinants of Antibiotic Resistance?
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11 September 2023

By: SG

VICTOR Short meat supplyc-chain [CASDAR project]

Construction of tools to help farmers in short circuits to control the various aspects of the quality of their meat and meat products, in response to the expectations and requirements of these circuits within the territories
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11 September 2023

By: SG

Microbiota of smoked salmon and production surfaces

The need to standardize and validate analysis methods
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11 September 2023

By: SG

Microbial ecology of smoked salmon and effect of the production environment

A microbiological signature associated with the production plant