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Scientific Objectives

Published on 31 January 2017


The Fundamental Research Division was createad in January 2016 to achieve and make the fundamentale research in biotechnology, materials, space, health, physics and nanosciences domain. Transdisciplinarity are the core of research programm whose the division is committed.

With more of 6,000 personnals, this population includes 960 PhD students and 870 postdocs. The divsion participates in the largest international scientific collaborations. Over 350 publications per years, theses research's teams are the most published and active into the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission.

​Head of Fundamental Research Division

 Vincent Berger - Director of Fundamental Research Division