CNRS


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AcronymDefinition
CNRSCentre National de la Recherche Scientifique (National Center for Scientific Research, France)
CNRSCanadian Nautical Research Society
CNRSCentro Nacional de Referencia Para El Sida (Argentinean National Reference Center for Aids)
CNRSCollege of Natural Resources and Sciences (Humboldt State University; Arcata, CA)
CNRSCenter for Natural Resources Studies (Bangladesh)
CNRSCanadian Nurses' Respiratory Society
CNRSCatholic Network for Retreats and Spirituality (UK)
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The first agreement envisages the implementation of two of the four theranostics products under the CaReNA project, a collaboration between Theradiag, Splicos SAS and CNRS.
Under the deal, CNRS will provide scientific and material support to Theradiag in discovering microRNA signatures, including technical validations, as well as biological and statistical analysis of the signatures.
Furthermore, the second deal extends an existing agreement between Theradiag's unit Prestizia and the CNRS for the detection of HIV/AIDS tropism via microRNAs to a new research programme on long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs).
Pero hay otros que salvan la imagen de Francia, es el CNRS que durante 70 anos ha luchado por existir en el filo de la navaja.
La presidenta del CNRS, Catherine Brechignac, comenta a Siempre
Catherine Brechignac: La apertura y cooperacion hacia nuevas fronteras con investigadores, cientificos, organismos y universidades es ciertamente la estrategia del CNRS y tenemos como prioridad la erudicion de los postulantes.
The CNRS emphasises that this contract "marks the beginning of technical design and the implementation of associated research programmes".
The CNRS has a complicated and somewhat checkered history.
A month later, the CNRS was founded; its mission was to regroup all of the state's fundamental and applied research organizations and to coordinate research on a national scale.