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The Pierre et Marie Curie University embodies French excellence in science and medicine. It is the 8th largest European university in Shanghai and ranks 42nd in the world. It develops high-level research, as evidenced by its numerous international awards and medals and its collaborations with more than a hundred foreign universities. The university consists of seven UFR (Training and Research Unit) in Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine, Physics, Life Sciences, Earth, Environment and Biodiversity. It also includes the Ecole polytechnique universitaire, the Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, the Institut Henri Poincaré and three marine stations in Roscoff, Banyuls and Villefranche-sur-Mer. Its laboratories are associated with major research organizations and renowned partners such as CNRS, INSERM, INRA, IRD, IFREMER, CEA and CNES.
A HISTORIC CAMPUS ...
Built in the 1950s and 1960s on the site of the former warehouses of the Halle aux Vins, the Jussieu campus must symbolize, according to the words of the dean Marc Zamanski, "the materialisation of scientific thought in the heart of Paris" Thus ensuring, in full Latin Quarter, "the intellectual and spiritual permanence of the long university history of Paris".
From 1968, the outbreak of the Faculty of Sciences of Paris gave birth to several universities. Founded in 1971, Paris 6, its main heiress, shares the Jussieu campus with the University Paris 7 and the Institute of Physics of the Globe.
In 1974, the University of Paris 6 under a prestigious sponsorship by adopting the official name "University Pierre and Marie Curie". Every day she endeavors to perpetuate the scientific heritage of these illustrious elders.
Today, the largest scientific and medical complex in France maintains an intellectual reputation at the highest level in all areas of research, as evidenced by the numerous awards and medals that regularly reward its researchers and the many international collaborations it With the countries of the five continents.