1 International Reseach Project
International Research Projects are collaborative research projects between CNRS and partner laboratories. They strengthen previously-established collaboration and allow to develop joint research activity, field work, experimentation, and supervising students. Their mandate is 5 years and can be extended once.
Managed by Julie DUBOSCQ (CNRS), the international research project SORE-MNP (Sociality and reproduction : genetic and social transmission of social networks in crested macaques) examines links between sociality and reproduction in crested macaques, a highly social primate species.
1 International Reseach Network
International Research Networks will structure and gather a large international scientific community around a common theme or à research infrastructure. It promotes the organization of international workshops and seminars, as well as thematic schools. It brings together, for a duration of five years, researchers from several French and international laboratories, and several countries can be involved in one network.
Managed by Dr. Adèle Esposito Andujar (CNRS), the international research network CREMA (Documenting & Mapping the Heritages of the Ordinary City) examines, in a comparative perspective on the scale of South-East Asia, the processes by which associative and professional actors, in synergy with communities of inhabitants, attribute heritage values to the places of everyday life (residential and commercial districts) that make up the “ordinary city”. It will be effective from 2022 to 2026.