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The CNRS represents almost half of French cooperation with the Republic of South Africa. France is the fourth largest scientific partner of South Africa. This cooperation involves more than 100 CNRS laboratories that have co-published one or more items with this country over the past 3 years and the number of joint publications appears to be increasing.

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In physical sciences, the analysis of areas of joint publications shows (classified according to the decreasing importance) the primary areas of scientific cooperation with the CNRS. Earth and Space sciences dominate a cooperation covering many disciplines: Astronomy and astrophysics (21.2%) Biochemistry, molecular Biology (11.5%), Geosciences (5.8%), Biodiversity (3.8%), Multidisciplinary (3.8%), Ecology (3.8%), Endocrinology (3.8%), General Chemistry (3.8%).

Contact : Jean Albergel
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publie le 08/01/2016

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