Chemicals in textiles and footwear: a proposal for regulations that offer more protection
Clothing and shoes contain many chemicals. While some of these are already covered by regulations, others still need to be identified or regulated. Based on the results of the study it carried out, the Agency has proposed restrictions for over 1000 chemicals at European level in order to improve consumer safety.
Three new databases for greater transparency on veterinary medicinal products in Europe
The new Regulation (EU) No 2019/6 on veterinary medicinal products provides for the creation of three databases, designed to improve access to and sharing of information on these products. Here is an overview of their objectives.
CiTIQUE programme wins an award for participatory research
The CiTIQUE programme, in which ANSES is involved, has just won the first edition of INRAE’s Participatory Research Award, in the Crowdsourcing category. This award recognises citizens' participation in data collection. CiTIQUE is seeking to improve knowledge of biting ticks and the pathogens they can transmit.
The fight against Campylobacter begins on the farm
A European expert appraisal led by an ANSES scientist has re-assessed the effectiveness of Campylobacter control measures on chicken farms in preventing transmission of the bacterium to humans. The results have just been published in a scientific journal.
ANSES and ACTA, the association of French agricultural technical institutes, have just renewed their framework partnership agreement at the Paris International Agricultural Show. This allows them to continue their commitment to address the challenges facing agriculture, food and the environment.
Using artificial intelligence to improve food safety: ANSES and the CNAM create Metabiot, a dedicated research unit
ANSES and the Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM) have created Metabiot, a contracted research unit dedicated to the processing of massive data on the safety of foods of animal origin. This new jointly supervised entity will conduct research into diseases that can be transmitted between animals and humans, and will focus in particular on bacteria that pose risks to human health, throughout the production chain, on farms and in the food processing industry.
ANSES at the 2022 Paris International Agricultural Show
Tous les jours de 9h à 19h
Parc des expositions - Porte de Versailles, Paris - Hall 4, Allée B, stand n°118
Public : oui
Porte de Versailles, Paris 15e
Food is one of the pillars of our health. And yet an imbalanced diet or contaminated food can expose us to immediate risks and chronic diseases. As France's leading health agency on this topic, ANSES looks forward to seeing you at the 2022 Paris International Agricultural Show, at its stand dedicated to safe and healthy food. You will have the opportunity to discover how ANSES’s researchers and scientific experts work to protect us from risks ‘from farm to fork’, and help us adopt good daily hygiene and nutrition practices.
How to reduce mercury exposure from fish consumption - Portrait of PhD student Mariana Mendes Ribeiro
Every year, ANSES organises discussion meetings on ongoing and recently completed research work, in order to encourage interactions between scientific teams. At these meetings, the PhD students hosted at the Agency present their theses. Mariana Mendes Ribeiro won the award for “best oral presentation by an ANSES doctoral student in 2021”, for her 180-second thesis presentation. Discover her background and research work.