CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research)



CNRS (National Centre for Scientific Research)

CNRS National Centre for Scientific Research was founded in 1939. It is a public organization under the responsibility of the French Ministry of Education and Research. CNRS is the largest fundamental research organization in Europe, CNRS carried out research in all fields of knowledge. CNRS laboratories (or research units) are located throughout France, and employ a large body of tenured researchers, engineers, and support staff. The CNRS Institute of Chemistry (INC) supports and coordinates scientific research by its teams and laboratories both in chemistry and at the interface between chemistry and other disciplines. The role of the Institute is to help improve knowledge in every field of chemistry, from theory to synthesis, from fundamental questions to process development, and from atoms to materials.


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