High level research
The staff of the CNRS Institute of Chemistry (INC) laboratories are the ambassadors of French chemistry of which they enhance the prestige on an international level. Their proposals for projects and publications are evaluated daily by their peers to the highest level.
Researchers who are recognized internationally
Researchers of INC laboratories are regularly distinguished by major awards in both basic and applied research.
Four Nobel Prizes in Chemistry (since 1987)
- Jean-Marie Lehn (1987)
- Yves Chauvin (2005)
- Martin Karplus (2013)
- Jean-Pierre Sauvage (2016)
Innovation: some awards
- Gilles Gosselin (European Researcher Award 2012)
- Cathy Vix (2016 CNRS Innovation Medal)
- Jean-Marie Tarrascon (CNRS iInnovation Medal and Samson Award 2017)
(source: DASTRE – CNRS 2014-2015)