Organic and Analytical Chemistry Laboratory

Our supporting Institutions



The National Center for Scientific Research is a public organization under the responsibility of the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research. The CNRS employs 34,000 people, had a budget for 2013 of 3.415 billion Euros, covers all the French national territories and is present in all disciplines, with over 1100 research and service units. Prominent researchers have worked, for at least some part of their career, in the CNRS laboratories. With 16 Nobel laureates and 9 Fields medal winners, CNRS has a long tradition of excellence. The CNRS is the main multidisciplinary research organization in France, and conducts research in scientific, technological and social disciplines. It covers all scientific disciplines including mathematics, physics, information & communication science & technology, nuclear & particle physics, planetary science, chemistry, humanities & social sciences, engineering and environmental sciences. The CNRS is present in all major disciplines regrouped into 10 institutes, three of which are national.







The largest ‘Grand Ecole’ of engineering in Normandy, INSA Rouen plays an important role in the training of engineers in France. Its missions are: education (8 engineering courses), research (9 laboratories) and the sharing of scientific culture. These revolve around 4 areas of expertise in a transversal approach of risk management: information & mathematical systems, energy & mechanics, civil engineering and sustainable construction, chemistry and industrial processes. INSA Rouen is a member of the powerful INSA Group which trains about 10% of all French engineers each year. It has strong links with industry and has developed numerous partnerships with international organizations.


Université de Rouen


Train, innovate, professionalize. The University of Rouen has been at the heart of Normandy for nearly 40 years and responds to its missions though these objectives: adapting its training to the socio-economic situation, working on research topics of the future, remaining open to the world, welcoming and supporting its 25,000 students as best they can. Around fifty European Higher Education degrees programs are available (in literature, sciences, technologies, or professional studies), supported by different teaching methods, up to date training tools and the opportunities to validate experience. Over 1000 people are working on innovative fundamental and applied research subjects. The laboratories are associated with large research organizations, provide training through research, and benefit from national and international industrial partners and technology platforms. The work atmosphere is enhanced through home tutoring, support for handicapped students, many student associations, a cultural student card, sports for all levels, healthcare, Campus Radio, and a crèche on its way.