Congratulations to Olga, Pauline, Laurie-Anne and Aline
More than 1,000 young female scientists applied this year for the French L’Oréal-UNESCO grants “for Women and for Science” in 2016. The jury, led by Prof. Bernard Meunier, head of the Academy of Sciences, selected 30 of them across various disciplines – including biology, mathematics, chemistry and electronics. Four of these scientists are from the ENS de Lyon.
Our warmest congratulations to:
Olga Romaskevich, mathematician, doctoral student at the UMPA and at Moscow’s Higher School of Economics.
Pauline Nauroy, biologist, doctoral student at the Institute of Functional Genomics of Lyon (IGFL).
Laurie-Anne Sapey Triomphe, a Normalienne from the ENS de Lyon. The school is proud to count her among its alumni. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Lyon 1 University.
Aline Muyle, alumni of the ENS de Lyon in biology. She is currently a post-doctoral student at the LBBE.
Attribution criteria for the L'Oréal "Young Talent" grants
Scientific excellence of the research project
Quality of the application filed
Ability to communicate and promote sciences
These 30 young women who will shape tomorrow’s science all have an excellent academic level and very original scientific projects, but they also share a common desire to communicate their passion. Each will be awarded a €15,000 grant for doctoral students and €20,000 for postdoctoral students, to enable them to carry out their scientific projects.