CNRS opens its representative office in India and announces new scientific cooperation projects
Tuesday 10th January, a delegation of seven representatives from CNRS (Centre National de Recherche Scientifique) headed by Mr. Joel Bertrand, Director General of Sciences met the Indian media in Bangalore to announce the opening of their office in New Delhi.
Three new agreements will be signed, with the Department of Science and Technology (DST) to create an international mixed unit in applied mathematics within the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, with the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) to develop an international laboratory associated with immunology and genetics of infectious diseases in Pune, and finally with the Chennai Mathematical Institute and the Institute of Mathematical Sciences Chennai to open an international laboratory in the field of informatics.
These three projects will involve the best scientific teams from the CNRS and its partners from both countries.
The CNRS’ long-standing partnership in Indo-French scientific research reflects its strong commitment to promoting and expanding their collaborations with the best research institutes across the country.
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