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Environmental Science and Pollution Research

24 April 2018

Environmental Science and Pollution Research
© 2018 Springer International Publishing AG. Part of Springer Nature.
BRC4Env, a network of Biological Resource Centres for research in environmental and agricultural sciences

Abstract

The Biological Resource Centre for the Environment BRC4Env is a network of Biological Resource Centres (BRCs) and collections whose leading objectives are to improve the visibility of genetic and biological resources maintained by its BRCs and collections and to facilitate their use by a large research community, from agriculture research to life sciences and environmental sciences. Its added value relies on sharing skills, harmonizing practices, triggering projects in comparative biology, and ultimately proposing a single-entry portal to facilitate access to documented samples, taking into account the partnership policies of research institutions as well as the legal frame which varies with the biological nature of resources. BRC4Env currently includes three BRCs: the Centre for Soil Genetic Resources of the platform GenoSol, in partnership with the European Conservatory of Soil Samples; the Egg Parasitoids Collection (EP-Coll); and the collection of ichthyological samples, Colisa. BRC4Env is also associated to several biological collections: microbial consortia (entomopathogenic bacteria, freshwater microalgae…), terrestrial arthropods, nematodes (plant parasitic, entomopathogenic, animal parasitic...), and small mammals. The BRCs and collections of BRC4Env are involved in partnership with academic scientists, as well as private companies, in the fields of medicinal mining, biocontrol, sustainable agriculture, and additional sectors. Moreover, the staff of the BRCs is involved in many training courses for students from French licence degree to Ph.D, engineers, as well as ongoing training.

Keywords

Genomic, Genetic, Biological, Resource, Ecosystem, Research, Environment, Agriculture, Platform, Infrastructure 

Mougin, C., Artige, E., Marchand, F., Mondy, S., Ratié, C., Sellier, N., Castagnone-Sereno, P., D’Acier, A.C., Esmenjaud, D., Faivre-Primot, C., et al. (2018). BRC4Env, a network of Biological Resource Centres for research in environmental and agricultural sciences. Environ Sci Pollut Res 1–9. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-018-1973-7

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