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SEA-EU-NET

The SEA-EU-NET project is funded by the European Union (FP7). It associates 21 partners from the EU and Southeast Asia and tackles societal challenges through S&T cooperation.
The project is now in its second installment (2012-2016) and focuses on Health, Food Safety and Security, Metrology, and Water Management. Bi-regional dialogues on these thematics and S&T policy are regularly held to allow the network to meet and expand.
CNRS is involved in several work packages and particpates in the pilot of a joint funding scheme.

BIO-Asia & ICT-Asia

The BIO-Asia and ICT-Asia regional programmes are a French initiative directed at Asia in order to strengthen, on the basis of mutual benefits, high-level scientific cooperation with and among emerging and developed Asian countries in the fields of natural substances studies and their applications and of information and communication technology (ICT) respectively. It funds, upon selection through an annual call for proposals, mobility costs of research projects involving at least 3 research units of France and Asia.


The programmes support projects involving France and the member countries of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN : Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam), as well as East Timor, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.


Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie

CNRS is also a member of AUF, a key player in the field of French-speaking academic cooperation.

The Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) is an international association comprising universities, grandes écoles, academic networks and scientific research centers that use the French language all over the world. With a network of 804 members in 102 countries, it is one of the world’s largest higher education and research associations.
The AUF is also the specialist higher education and research agency for the Francophonie. As such, within its scope of competence, it implements resolutions adopted at conferences of heads of state and government of countries where French is spoken (Sommets de la Francophonie).