International Research Laboratories

International research cooperation may take a wide variety of forms with international laboratories.

Faculty of Chemistry, Beaulieu Campus, UR1
  1. 17 International Associated Laboratories (LIAs)
  2. International Joint Unit (UMI)

17 International Associated Laboratories (LIAs)

International Associated Laboratories (LIAs), « laboratories without walls », aim to structure and reinforce an existing collaboration between at least two laboratories, one in France and the other abroad. LIA activities are cordinated by two co-principal investigators and by a scientific steering committee. The LIAs are in association with the CNRS except for one in association with the Inserm.

Argentina
Fluid Physics and Mechanics (PMF)
Universidad de Buenos Aires, Institut Pprime Poitiers, ENS Lyon
In association with the CNRS

Australia
Multipolar and Redox-active Organometallic Nanosized Assembliesfor Molecular Photonics and Electronics (REDCHROM)
Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, and The University of Western Australia, Perth
In association with the CNRS

Canada
Exploitation of deep sea resources and protection of surface water resources: relations between science and decision-making (RE-SO)
Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS), Quebec
In association with the CNRS

Chile
Functional Inorganic Materials (MIF)
Pontificia Universidad Católicade Valparaíso (PUCV), Universidad de Chile, Universidad de Concepción (UdeC), Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Universidad Católica del Norte, Universidad Católica del Maule (UCM) and Universidad Andrés Bello (UNAB)
In association with the CNRS

China
French-Chinese Biomedical Information Research Centre (CRIBs)
Southeast University (Nanjing)
In association with the Inserm

Functional Organophosphorus Materials (MOF)
Zhengzhou University
In association with the CNRS

NanoBioAnalytique et NanoCatalyse Electrochimique (NanoBioCatEchem)
Xiamen University, Wuhan University
In association with the CNRS

Sediment transport And LAndscapeDYNamics (SALADYN) in Central Asia
Lanzhou University, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
In association with the CNRS

Denmark
Environmental Toxicology and Stress Ecology (ETSE)
University of Southern Denmark
In association with the CNRS

Germany
Catalysis for Sustainable Chemistry (CHEMSUSCAT)
Leibniz Institute for Catalysis at the University of Rostock
In association with the CNRS

India
Natural Products and Synthesis towards Affordable Health (NPSAH)
Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad
In association with the CNRS

Japan
IM-LED Impacting materials with light and electric fields and watching real time dynamics
University of Tokyo (coordinator), Japan
In association with the CNRS

Russia
Innovative Materials and Nanomaterials Based on Tailor-Made Functional Building Blocks (CLUSPOM)
Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Novosibirsk
In association with the CNRS

South Africa
Evolution of vocal communication: testing the impact of social systems, phylogeny and conditions of life (VOCOM)
National Research Foundation, Pretoria and South African Universities (Rhodes University, University of Limpopo and University of Witwatersrand).
In association with the CNRS

United Kingdom
Molecular Materials and Catalysis (MMC)
Durham University
In association with the CNRS

United States
Materials and Optics (MATEO)
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, the University of Arizona
In association with the CNRS

Ecological and Evolutionary Genomics of Polyploidy (ECOGEN)
Iowa State University
In association with the CNRS

International Joint Unit (UMI)

International joint research laboratory CNRS-St-Gobain - Laboratory for Innovative key Materials and Structures (LINK), hosted in the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Tsukuba, Japan. Université de Rennes 1 is one of the project partners through the "mirror laboratory" which is based at the Rennes Chemical Sciences Institute (UMR CNRS 6226).

Further information can be found on the NIMS website and in this press release: Saint-Gobain and the CNRS open a joint research center at the NIMS in Japan.