CNRS - CENTRE NATIONAL DE LA RECHERCHE SCIENTIFIQUE
The CNRS (French Centre for Scientific Research) is the largest fundamental research organization in Europe. It is represented in Singapore through a regional office, and is a partner in 4 UMI (joint laboratories):
Structured as a UMI in 2007, the Image and Pervasive Access Laboratory associates NUS, A*Star’s I2R of Singapore with UJF, UPMC and IMT of France. IPAL focuses on Inclusive Smart Cities and Digital Health.
Created as a UMI in 2009, the CNRS International NTU Thales Research Alliance aims to harness the latest in science and technology to develop innovations in nanotechnologies for nanoelectronics and nanophotonics, with applications in nanopackaging, 3D integration, sensors…
Structured as a UMI in 2014 by CNRS, UNS, NUS and NTU, MajuLab is multidisciplinary and focuses on quantum gases, quantum information, quantum computing, two–dimensional materials, laser physics and soft matter.
Structured in 2014 as a UMI partnering NUS, the BioMechanics of Cellular Contacts laboratory focuses on the multidisciplinary study of the mechanisms that regulate cell contacts, mechanosensing, the establishment of cell polarity, juxtacrine interactions, and the formation of cell–cell junctions.
The representative office's mission is to strengthen relationships with regional partners, and to serve as a contact point to the CNRS.
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