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CNRS Bronze Medalists

The CNRS Bronze Medal recognizes a researcher's first work, which makes that person a specialist with talent in a particular field. This medal is a way for the CNRS to encourage the researcher to continue work that has met with initial success and already produced fruitful results.

 

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Bronze Medal Winners for 2001

Nuclear and Particle Physics

  • Denis LACROIX

Physical Sciences and Mathematics

  • Laurent STOLOVITCH
  • Eric FALCON
  • Eric CONSTANT
  • Gilles LABESSE
  • Sophie GUERON

Communication and Information Science and Technology

  • Silviu NICULESCU
  • Catherine DUBOURDIEU

Engineering Sciences

  • Eric MAIRE
  • Olivier POULIQUEN

Chemical Sciences

  • Jean-François NIERENGARTEN
  • Philippe LESOT
  • Christophe CHIPOT
  • Christophe COPERET
  • Aline ROUGIER
  • Sandrine SAGAN

Sciences of the Universe

  • Janne BLICHERT-TOFT
  • Vincent GROSSI
  • François FORGET
  • Vincent COUDE DU FORESTO

Life Sciences

  • Gilles TRUAN
  • Gilles GUICHARD
  • Marco PONTOGLIO
  • Olivier LAMBERT
  • Julie DECHANET
  • Nathalie MACREZ
  • Catherine CURIE
  • Guillaume BALAVOINE
  • Christophe MICHEYL
  • Franck ZAL

Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Didier GALOP
  • Marie-Dominique NENNA
  • Méropi ANASTASSIADOU
  • Anne LACHERET-DUJOUR
  • Marc CREPON
  • Laurence RAVILLON
  • David MARGOLIS
  • Michel NAEPELS
  • Christophe GRENIER
  • Vincent DUBOIS

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