and to demonstrate its innovation capacity in terms of ethics and professional…Le rapport d'activité du CNRS présente une sélection des résultats scientifiques des recherches menées dans les laboratoires, le plus souvent en collaboration avec les universités, les organismes de recherche, les…The French state has entrusted the CNRS with the role of advancing knowledge for the benefit of society.
The organisation seeks to accomplish this national mission while respecting ethical rules and showing commitment to professional equality.
The Committee notably works with the Bioethical Regulation Unit of the CNRS’s Institute of Biological Sciences (INSB), the organisation that addresses all issues related to operational ethics in laboratories.
When it comes to ensuring compliance with ethical research rules involving human beings, the Inserm’s Ethics Evaluation Committee (CEEI) or the Institutional Review Board (IRB) can be approached if needed.
In this laboratory that has won three Nobel prizes, theoretical physicists are discussing the diffusion of light.© Hubert Raguet / LKB© Hubert Raguet / LKB / CNRS Photo library The CNRS actively participates in large-scale international research facilities and infrastructure.
The millimeter radiotelescope from the Plateau de Bure (southeastern France), associated with the French-German project NOEMA, is the most powerful in the © Jean-Claude Moschetti / INSU / IRAM / CNRS Photo library Integrity in research has become a key element in scientific policies.It represents all disciplines, and ensures gender equality.Its mission is to : For all questions relating to regulations on ethics, the Comets can resort to both an internal and external audit.The guide also touches on the issues of intellectual property and conflicts of interest, and provides recommendations for all of these points.Created in 1994, The CNRS Ethics Committee (Comets) is an independent advisory body connected to the CNRS Board of Trustees.The organisation seeks to accomplish this national mission while respecting ethical rules and showing commitment…The CNRS has been led by scientists since the word go.This form of governance allows it to devote all of its resources to research...It also carries out evaluations and expert assessments on scientific matters.Decree regarding the organisation and functioning of the CNRS (in French)Many applications of basic research involve health.Visit the Mission for Women’s Integration website (in French) The CNRS has been led by scientists since the word go.and to demonstrate its innovation capacity in terms of ethics and professional equality.