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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 2004

Nuclear and Particle Physics

  • Laurent DEROME, section 3

Physical Sciences and Mathematics

  • Vincent COLIN, section 1
  • Nicolai KITANINE, section 2
  • Florent CALVO, section 4
  • Caroline BONAFOS, section 5
  • Adrian BACHTOLD, section 6

Communication and Information Science and Technology

  • Jean-Marc MEROLLA, section 8
  • Didier HENRION, section 7
  • Adeline NAZARENKO, section 45

Engineering Sciences

  • Sebastian VOLZ, section 10
  • Sharon Lori BRIDAL, section 9

Chemical Sciences

  • Sébastien LECOMMANDOUX, section 15
  • Pierre VAN DE WEGHE, section 16
  • François LAGUGNE-LABARTHET, section 17
  • Bertrand BUSSON, section 18
  • Julien ZACCARO, section 19
  • Myriam SEEMAN, section 20

Sciences of the Universe

  • Eric DEBAYLE, section 11
  • Céline MARI-BONTOUR, section 12
  • Marina LEVY, section 13
  • Rodrigo IBATA, section 14

Life Sciences

  • Marc BLONDEL, section 24
  • Jérôme CHAVE, section 46
  • Armel-Alain GALLET, section 25
  • Nicolas GALTIER, section 30
  • Antoine GUICHET, section 28
  • Anne HOUDOUSSE-JUILLE, section 21
  • Alain LACAMPAGNE, section 26
  • Franck MOLINA, section 44
  • Amanda PATEL, section 22
  • Sven SAUPE, section23
  • Barbara TILLMANN, section 29
  • Olivier VOINNET, section 27

Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Marwam RASHED, section 35
  • Christine RENDU, section 32
  • Alexandre FRANCOIS, section 34
  • Sabrina MERVIN, section 33
  • Christine NOIVILLE, section 36
  • Philippe ASKENAZY, section 37
  • William BERTHOMIERE, section 39
  • Sébastien FATH, section 38
  • Vincent JOMELLI, section 31
  • Virginie GUIRAUDON, section 40

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