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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 2010

Institute of Biological Sciences

  • Frédéric DELSUC
  • Christelle DESNUES
  • Guillaume DRIN
  • Patrice DUNOYER
  • Sid KOUIDER
  • Fanny MANN
  • Virginie MOLLE
  • Malvyne ROLLI-DERKINDEREN
  • Laure RONDI-REIG
  • Maria Teresa TEIXEIRA
  • Raphaël VOITURIEZ

Institute of Chemistry

  • Audrey AUFFRANT
  • Andrey KLYMCHENKO
  • Damien LAAGE
  • Karinne MIQUEU
  • Virginie NAZABAL
  • Christophe YBERT

Institute of Ecology and Environment

  • Fabien ARNAUD
  • Frédéric MERY
  • David MOUILLOT
  • Antoine ZAZZO

Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Fanny BOCQUENTIN
  • André CHARRAK
  • Marie-Laure DERAT
  • Frédéric KOESSLER
  • Benjamin SPECTOR

Institute for Information Sciences and Technologies

  • Thomas COLCOMBET

Institute for Engineering and Systems Sciences

  • Benoît GIRARD
  • Elise LORENCEAU
  • Erwine PARGON
  • Vincent TOURNAT

Institute for Mathematical Sciences

  • Colin GUILLARMOU

Institute of Physics

  • Mark Oliver GOERBIG
  • Maciej LORENC
  • Yann MAIRESSE
  • Nicolas REGNAULT
  • Grégory SCHEHR

National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics

  • Carlos MUÑOZ CAMACHO

National Institute for Earth Sciences and Astronomy

  • Julien AUBERT
  • Marie LOTHON

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