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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 2014

Institute of Biological Sciences (INSB)

  • Thomas Boulin
  • Sébastien Bouret
  • Éric Ennifar
  • Wim De Neys
  • Virginie Orgogozo
  • Benjamin Prud’homme
  • Cécile Raynaud
  • Samuel Valable
  • Pierre-Oliver Vidalain

Institute of Chemistry (INC)

  • Géraldine Dantelle-Le Scornet
  • Jalal Ghilane
  • Renaud Nicolaÿ
  • Yann Pellegrin
  • Fabrice Pointillart
  • David Touboul

Institute of Ecology and Environment (INEE)

  • Catherine Dupont
  • Jean-François Le Galliard

Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (INSHS)

  • Julien Aliquot
  • Philippe Bezes
  • Charlotte Bigg
  • Emmanuel Chemla
  • Brian Hill
  • Alexandra Langlais
  • Céline Lesourd
  • Frédérique Woerther

Institute for Information Sciences and Technologies (INS2I)

  • Antoine Girard
  • Emiliano Lorini

Institute for Engineering and Systems Sciences (INSIS)

  • Samuel Marre
  • Yannick Rondelez
  • Lydie Staron

Institute for Mathematical Sciences (INSMI)

  • Vincent Calvez

Institute of Physics (INP)

  • Julien Claudon
  • Salima Rafaï
  • Alessandra Ravasio
  • Lenka Zdeborová

National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics (IN2P3)

  • Mathieu Bongrand

National Institute for Earth Sciences and Astronomy (INSU)

  • Julien Boé
  • Sébastien Lambert
  • Didier Roche
  • Alexandre Schubnel

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