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The National Academy of Technologies of France (NATF) has renewed its governance 2017-2018, electing President Alain Bravo and Vice-President Bruno Jarry.

During its November 9, 2016 plenary session, the National Academy of Technologies of France (NATF) elected the members of its Executive Bureau, of the Academic Council, of the Executive Committees and the Chairpersons of the NATF Standing Committees for the term of office 2017-2018.

In his inaugural address, at the NATF Plenary session January 11, 2017, President Bravo declared that he wanted to “stay firmly on course”, ensuring that the Academy remain to the forefront with respect to the following priority thematics: “vocational training, apprenticeships and, more generally, promoting technology-intensive awareness culture vis-a-vis scientific culture. These thematics lie at the core of our national school, higher education and research strategies; likewise in terms of a New Industrial France and in terms of the impacts of innovation on the domestic labour market”.

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