VetAgro Sup and ANSES sign a partnership agreement
On 2 March 2023, VetAgro Sup and ANSES signed a framework partnership agreement at the Paris International Agricultural Show. This partnership, which is formalising the long-standing collaboration between the two organisations, aims in particular to develop holistic approaches to study animal health issues, in line with the One Health concept.
One Health for humans, animals and ecosystems: ANSES and INRAE renew their partnership
On 3 March, Benoit Vallet, Director General of ANSES, and Philippe Mauguin, Chair and CEO of INRAE, signed a new partnership agreement for the next five years. The two partners are thus undertaking to extend their joint work to produce invaluable knowledge for the development of sustainable production systems and the preservation of ecosystems, in keeping with the “One Health” approach.
ANSES and the Polish National Veterinary Research Institute extend their partnership
On 28 February, ANSES and the Polish National Veterinary Research Institute (PIWet) renewed their partnership for a further five years. Their cooperation, which began in 2012, has led to numerous exchanges and joint projects in animal health and food safety.
"Agent tous risques": step into the shoes of an ANSES scientist
A virus in animals, a pandemic in our midst? Detecting pathogens circulating among animals and preventing them from spreading is the daily mission of ANSES scientists. With this online game, the Agency brings you a fun way to discover how its "Agents tous risques" handle a new disease.
Be careful before giving human medication to an animal
Paracetamol and aspirin can be fatal for our pets. Other medication intended for humans can cause poisoning in animals. Below we review the most common situations and issue some recommendations you should keep in mind before giving these medicines to an animal.
S-metolachlor: moving towards a ban on the main uses to preserve groundwater quality
ANSES undertook an expert appraisal on the risk of groundwater contamination by the herbicidal substance S-metolachlor and its metabolites. The appraisal showed that the estimated concentrations of the three metabolites metolachlor-ESA, metolachlor-OXA and metolachlor-NOA in groundwater are above the quality limit set by European legislation. To preserve the quality of water resources, ANSES is initiating a procedure to withdraw authorisation of the main uses of plant protection products containing S-metolachlor.
ANSES at the 2023 Paris International Agricultural Show
Porte de Versailles Hall 4, allée B, stand 126
Animal health: It’s our health too! #SIA2023 The health of animals, whether on farms, as pets or in the wild, is in the spotlight on our stand for this 2023 edition of the Paris International Agricultural Show (SIA). Come and talk to our scientists about diseases that affect animals or that may be carried by them, good practices in the use of veterinary medicines, resistance to antibiotics, breeding practices and animal welfare, and the impact of climate change on animal health. These are issues that concern us all !