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    • Once again, The Faculty of Chemistry of the UPMC is honored with the nomination of Maguy JABER at the IUF

      Once again, the Faculty of Chemistry of the UPMC is honored
      with the nomination of Maguy JABER Professor at LAMS (Laboratory of Molecular and Structural Archeology) as Member of the Institut Universitaire de France.Maguy Jaber, a renowned expert in clay chemistry, is interested in hybrid materials, prebiotic chemistry, and is currently working on the chemistry of the heritage.

      Maguy Jaber is appointed...

    • 2016 CNRS Crystal Medal awarded to Christophe Méthivier

      The CNRS Crystal Medal distinguishes engineers, technicians and administrative staff. It rewards those who, through their creativity, technical mastery and innovation, contribute to the advancement of knowledge and the excellence of French research.

                         2016 CNRS Crystal Medal Awarded to Christophe Méthivier

    • 2017 CNRS Silver Medal awarded to Louis Fensterbank

      The 2017 CNRS Silver Medal awarded to Louis Fensterbank, Professor at the UPMC

      The CNRS Silver Medal honors researchers who are only at the beginning of their rise to fame, but who are already recognized nationally and internationally for the originality, quality, and importance of their work.

    • 2016 SFC Award

      David Portehault, researcher at the LCMCP, is rewarded in June 2016 by the Société Chimique de France, a division of Solid State Chemistry, For his research in the field of Materials Chemistry.David Portehault, 36, is a CNRS researcher at the Laboratoire Chimie de la Matière Condensée in Paris (LCMCP).A graduate of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, he holds a PhD in Physics and Chemistry from...

    • Best Poster summer School BERLIN 2016

      Olivier Dalstein received the best poster award at the ISGS summer school in Berlin for his work entitled :
      "Smartphone assisted sensing on nanostructured films obtained by combining Soft Chemistry & Soft Lithography". After obtaining his engineer degree in Materials Science at Polytech Paris UPMC, Olivier Dalstein is carrying out a PhD in the Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Paris...

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