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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 2018

Institute of Biological Sciences (INSB)

  • Emmanuelle Bayer
  • Sébastien Britton
  • Yann Kerdiles
  • Nicolas Minc
  • Cécile Morlot
  • Rémi Mounier
  • Aude Panatier
  • Michel Thiebaut de Schotten
  • Céline Vallot

Institute of Chemistry (INC)

  • Tatiana Besset
  • Christine Carapito
  • Sophie Carenco
  • Cornelia Meinert
  • Vitaly Ordomskiy
  • Thomas Salez

Institute of Ecology and Environment (INEE)

  • Louis Lambrechts
  • Virginie Maris
  • Florence Mazier

Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences (INSHS)

  • Raphaële Andrault
  • Judit Gervain
  • Florian Grisel
  • Cyril Isnart
  • Benjamin Lemoine
  • Emeline Marquis
  • Andreas Mayer
  • Alice Travers
  • Stéphane Zuber

Institute for Information Sciences and Technologies (INS2I)

  • Lin Chen
  • Maks Ovsjanikov

Institute for Engineering and Systems Sciences (INSIS)

  • Benedetta Franzelli
  • Vladislav Yastrebov
  • Maxim Zhadobov

Institute for Mathematical Sciences (INSMI)

  • Anne-Laure Dalibard

Institute of Physics (INP)

  • Léonie Canet
  • Jacek Kasprzak
  • Claire Laulhé
  • Tatiana Marchenko

National Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics (IN2P3)

  • Antoine Lemasson

National Institute for Earth Sciences and Astronomy (INSU)

  • Aurélie Cébron
  • Lionel Guidi
  • Alice Le Gall
  • Guillaume Suan

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