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Michael Matlosz : EuroScience: Our Voice On Research in Europe

Michael Matlosz, Distinguished Professor of chemical engineering at the University of Lorraine and a member of the National Academy of Technologies of France. Former Director of the National School for Advanced Study of the Chemical Industries (ENSIC) in Nancy, he was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the French National Research Agency (ANR) in Paris from 2014 to 2017 and President of Science Europe in Brussels from 2015 to 2017, a non-profit organisation that brings together over forty research funding and research performing organisations from 27 European countries. He is a member of NATF.

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J. Lewiner, finalist for the European Inventor Award 2018

Few individuals are as prolific as French inventor, physicist and entrepreneur Jacques Lewiner. Throughout his career as a researcher spanning more than four decades, he has authored over 500 patent applications worldwide. He holds 68 granted European patents.

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Michael Matlosz has been appointed President of Euroscience

Michael Matlosz has been appointed President of Euroscience, a Strasbourg-based non-profit association whose mission is to represent the voice of European scientific researchers in the public debate on the role of science in our modern societies.

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The 2017 Enzyme Engineering Award, presented in the name of Engineering Conferences International and Genencor, will be awarded to Professor Pierre Monsan, Professor Emeritus at INSA and Director of TWB and 

Pierre Monsan to be Inducted into Medical and Biological Engineering Elite

WASHINGTON, D.C.— The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has announced the pending induction of Pierre Monsan, Ph.D., Founding Director of the Toulouse White Biotechnology Institute, Toulouse White Biotech French National Institute for Agricultural Research, to its College of Fellows. Dr. Monsan was nominated, reviewed, and elected by peers and members of the College of Fellows for outstanding scientific and industrial contributions to the field of enzymatic carbohydrate synthesis, with a specific focus on nutritional applications.


Jean-Pierre Marec was amongst the 15 Nominees to the Distinguished Service Award 2015.
The IAF Distinguished Service Award is intended to reward active volunteers for their contributions to the progress of astronautics and the Federation.
The awards ceremony took place during the 2015 Spring Meetings – IPC General Meeting on 26 March 2015.
Jean-Pierre Marec acts an important part as volunteer inside the federation during 33 years, developing the astrodynamics committee which is one of the best technical committee and increasing the fame of IAF with the quality of the review Acta Astronautica. Jean-Pierre Marec is a member of the Academy of technologies of France.


At its statutory plenary session, December 9, 2014, NATF elected fourteen new Fellows; the Academy now has 298 Members.
Members of NATF are chosen from “high level personalities offering the best skills in various technology-intensive areas, but also competent on the processes associated with technologies, from research to applications, from finance to dissemination, covering economic, social and cultural factors”.
The newly elected Fellows are: François BERTIERE, Gérald BRONNER, Alain CADIX, Corinne GENDRO, Marc GIGET, Zhongchao HA, Philippe JAMET, Abderrahmane KHEDDAR, Laurence DANON, Patrick MAESTRO, Sophie MOUGARD, Denis RANQU, Rudy RICCIOTTI, Jacques SOUQUET.