The people recruited will work on the ATLASea programme, which aims to sample, sequence and analyse the genomes of 4,500 marine species from the French EEZ, with a high coverage of species from mainland France and including species from overseas territories. Led by the CNRS and the CEA and funded for 8 years, ATLASea is a consortium of 7 institutions and 5 research federations and infrastructures, bringing together around 50 engineers and researchers.

The following positions are part of the targeted projects:

  1. WHEEL-Sea, which will ensure the governance of the ATLASea program,
  2. SEQ-Sea, which will carry out the sequencing of samples at Genoscope, with the objective of obtaining reference genomes, i.e., complete genomes. It will also be responsible for the assembly and initial annotation of genes.
  3. BYTE-Sea, which will improve and store the computer annotation of this DNA in order to locate the genes, retrace their evolutionary history and assign them functions; the genomes will ultimately be stored in open databases accessible to the international community:
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