Sabine Fourrier (HiSoMA) and Hervé Piégay (EVS) are among the 24 national laureates. Both of them would like to share this medal with their teams. Congratulations also to our 4 Alumni Ludovic Berthier, Isabelle Cantat, Jeanne Crassous and Ludovic Orlando, also distinguished by the CNRS.
Each year, the CNRS medals celebrate the researchers and officials for their outstanding contributions to the organisation’s vitality and reputation.
- The gold medal honours the body of research of a renowned scientific figure.
- The medal of innovation recognises outstanding research in the technological, therapeutic, economic, or societal fields.
- The medal for scientific mediation rewards agents for their actions, whether one-off or permanent, personal or collective, that enhance science within society.
- The silver medal is awarded, as their careers take off, to researchers who are already recognised at the national and international levels.
- The bronze medal is given in recognition of the initial work of a promising researcher in their field.
- The crystal medal rewards CNRS engineers, technicians, and administrative staff.
- The collective cristal medal rewards teams of research support staff for their innovative or remarkable collective project.
- Bronze medal: Édouard Bonnet, CNRS Researcher at LIP
- Silver medal: Sabine Fourrier, CNRS Research Director at HISOMA
- Bronze medal: Mathilde Paris, CNRS Researcher at IGFL
- Silver medal: Hervé Piegay, CNRS Research Director at EVS
- Bronze medal: Stephan Steinmann, CNRS Researcher at the Chemistry Laboratory
CNRS Silver medal 2023: 2 laureates from our laboratories
Honors and awards