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Further digs will be carried out in the coming years and they may reveal that the site at Plagne is one of the biggest of its kind in the world," the CNRS added.
Yazami came to Caltech under a cooperative exchange program with CNRS and co-founded a joint CNRS-Caltech international laboratory on Materials for Electrochemical Energy.
Satellite imagery began to be collected by CNRS in 1972, from a NASA-launched satellite.
CNRS is currently undergoing Type-1 certification with the National Security Agency in support of system deployment in 2007.
With over 15 countries sharing the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, many natural and man-made disasters have taken their toll on the resource, with the CNRS labeling it "a sea under siege.
Frederic Heitz, May Morris, and Gilles Divita at "Centre de Recherches en Biochimie Macromoleculaire" at the CNRS in Montpellier-France.
The iron particles detected in Lebanon have a very short lifespan for radioactive isotopes and lose about half of their weight every eight days, the CNRS added.
For his part, the secretary general of the CNRS, Moueen Hamza, said small earthquakes might still hit the country, but their magnitude would not exceed 5.
With support from InforMax, CNRS will establish a European Center of Excellence as part of the CNRS Research Unit on Molecular Genetics and Developmental Biology in Villejuif, France.
Gerard Ghibaudo, director of research at ENSERG's CNRS and vice president of ENSERG's LPCS, stated, "BTA's noise characterization solution allows us for the first time to automate our noise measurements.
The contract is awarded by the regional delegation in Paris Michelangelo CNRS at the request of the National Institute for Earth Sciences (INSU) of the CNRS.