Anne-Marie Caminade becomes a member of the European Academy of Sciences (EurASc) – ceremony on 24/10/23


Anne-Marie Caminade was chosen as a member of the European Academy of Sciences. She is a CNRS senior researcher and  the deputy director of the coordination chemistry laboratory (LCC Toulouse).

An outstanding scientist at the European level is distinguished by this selection by the European Academy of Sciences. Since Anne-Marie Caminade has become the most productive person around the world in the domain of dendrimers, the international scope of her work is evident. She conducted very significant and excellent fundamental research on phosphorus dendrimers before highlighting the extremely broad range of applications of these species in areas as diverse as catalysis (metallic or organic), materials science, and biology/nanomedicine.

About the European Academy of Sciences (EURASC)

The European Academy of Sciences, EURASC is a non-profit non-governmental, independent organization of the most distinguished scholars and engineers performing forefront research and the development of advanced technologies, united by a commitment to promoting science and technology and their essential roles in fostering social and economic development.


Scientific: Anne-Marie Caminade : anne-marie.caminade(at)
Media: Evelyne Prévots : evelyne.prevots(at)

From left to right, Rodrigo Martins, President of EurASc, Anne-Marie Caminade, and Alain Tressaud, Deputy President of EurASc.


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