1200 cnrs-affiliated labs throughout France



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    • 1200 CNRS-affiliated labs throughout France
    • 1000 joint labs in partnership with universities
    • 100 intramural laboratories (owned and run by CNRS)
    • 100 joint labs with industry or other research organizations


  • Of which 30,000 on direct CNRS payroll

    • 11,500 researchers (tenured civil servants)
    • 14,500 support staff (tenured civil servants)
    • 4,000 short-term positions (PhD students, post-docs, visiting scholars…)
  • Total research personnel in all 1200 CNRS labs: 77,000

    • 57,000 faculty, researchers and support staff
    • 20,000 PhD students and post-docs
    • 25% are Foreigners


CNRS impact

  • More than 27 000 publications/year

  • 50% total French publications, 6 % European publications, 2.5% world publications

  • 45% of the papers are co-signed with foreign scientists

  • 30% of CNRS papers are co-signed with European partners

  • Prestigious awards:in 2008 : Nobel Prize for Medecine (L. Montagnier), Turing informatique (J. Sifakis), Japan Blue Planet Prize (C. Lorius)

  • Industrial impact: 2650 principal patents (250 patents/yr), 2100 active industrial contracts





The reorganization of CNRS is in line with the general framework of university and research reform in France

  • The reorganization of CNRS is in line with the general framework of university and research reform in France

    • Creation of the AERES (Agency for Evaluation of Research and Higher Education) (April 2006)
    • Creation of the ANR (National Research Agency, January 2007)
    • Recently acquired autonomy of universities through the August 2007 law


As the main partner of universities, CNRS is reorganizing into national institutes in order to:

  • As the main partner of universities, CNRS is reorganizing into national institutes in order to:

      • Be in line with the main scientific fields which are the backbone of universities and grandes écoles,
      • Increase its visibility
  • Seven institutes were created in addition to the two already existing ones.



Nanosciences, origin

  • Nanosciences, origin

  • and control of matter



To better link scientific objectives with government priorities in order to respond to the major issues that developed societies and economies are facing

  • To better link scientific objectives with government priorities in order to respond to the major issues that developed societies and economies are facing

  • The main scientific challenges can only be overcome by the integration of disciplines

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Like the overall mission of the CNRS, the national institutes have two distinct functions:

  • Like the overall mission of the CNRS, the national institutes have two distinct functions:

  • Operator : full management of CNRS laboratories, facilities or technological platforms

  • Agency: funding and temporary CNRS personnel assignment for laboratories operated by universities or other institutes

  • The two functions have separate budgets



International Cooperation of CNRS

  • 85 Bilateral agreements signed with institutions in more 60 countries

  • 92 International Research Networks (GDRI)

  • 93 International Associated Laboratories (LIA), 31 in Asia

  • 15 International Joint Units (UMI), 5 in Asia





2 institutes with structured networks accross Asia

  • Nuclear and articule physics: 2 LIA in Japan, 1 in Korea, 1 in China, activity in Vietnam and Taiwan

  • IT technology and ingeenering science: 2 UMI and 3 LIA in Japan, 1 UMI in Singapour, 1 UMI in Vietnam, 1 LIA in China

  • => creating a federation of LIA and UMI in Asia






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