Christine NoivilleChairwoman on COMETS, the CNRS Ethics Committee
Christine NOIVILLE has a doctorate in law and is a CNRS research professor who analyses the links between law and scientific developments. Her research focuses mainly on biotechnology, bioethics, the precautionary principle, patents and the environment. Her main publications as author or co-author include Des enjeux d'intérêt public en temps de pandémie (Mare et Martin, 2021), Les biobanques (Que Sais-Je? PUF, 2009), La bioéquité, batailles autour du partage du vivant (Autrement, coll. Frontières, 2009), Contrats et vivant (LGDJ, 2006), Du bon gouvernement des risques (PUF, 2003). Christine Noiville carries out her research at the University of Paris 1's Institute of Legal and Philosophical Sciences of the Sorbonne (UMR CNRS 8103) which she also directs. She chairs the High Committee for Transparency and Information on Nuclear Safety (HCTISN) and co-directs the Cahiers Droit, Sciences et Technologies journal with F. Bellivier.