This institutional trip was aimed at defining the outlines of a more intense collaboration with the Danish institutions and increasing the CNRS visibility in Northern Europe.
The delegation, composed of representatives from the CNRS Institutes working on Arctic research, climate and environment, biological sciences, physics, mathematics, energy, information sciences, and humanities and social sciences, including the international relations, visited the University of Copenhagen, the Technical University of Denmark, the Danish Cancer Society and the University of Aarhus.
Institutional and working meetings, and laboratory visits led to fruitful exchanges with the Danish counterparts and to a strengthening of the scientific links. Thus, the CNRS and the University of Copenhagen have reaffirmed their willingness to launch a PhD Joint Programme.
In addition, Mrs. Caroline Ferrari, the French Ambassador to Denmark, hosted a reception at the French Embassy in Copenhagen for the CNRS delegation and many Danish key players in the fields of research and innovation.
Plus de 60 chercheurs de pays africains et européens se sont réunis à Pretoria pour échanger sur les moyens de renforcer la collaboration internationale entre les deux continents. / Over 60 researchers from African and European countries have concluded a workshop in which they discussed ways to strengthen international collaboration between the two continents.
Le CNRS lance une série d'appels à projets pour promouvoir la coopération scientifique avec et sur le continent africain.//The CNRS is launching a series of calls for projects to promote scientific cooperation with and on the African continent.
Les bureaux du CNRS de Washington et d’Ottawa présentent la lettre d’information AdN – États-Unis, Canada et Mexique du mois de octobre 2022. // CNRS offices in Washington and Ottawa present newsletter AdN - United States, Canada and Mexico for October 2022 edition.