Facts and figures

The Center for Molecular Biophysics (CBM) is a research unit of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS), affiliated with the University of Orléans.

Type: intramural CNRS laboratory (Unité Propre de Recherche, fully funded and managed by the CNRS)
Laboratory code: UPR 4301
Adress: Rue Charles Sadron CS 80054 45071 ORLEANS Cedex 2
Premises: surface area of the laboratory: 6 300 m² located on the CNRS campus in Orléans-La Source
Founding date: 1er janvier 1967
Research areas: Biology, Chemistry, Physico-chemistry, Biophysic, Exobiology

Staff  (January 2021): 

83 members (25 CNRS researchers, 2 Inserm, 16 Lecturers, 39 engineers and technicians CNRS, 1 technician Inserm)
Employees under temporary contracts: 20
PhD students: 16
Emeritus Researchers : 4

Primary research institute : Chemistry
Secondary research institute: Biological sciences
Regional CNRS office : Centre Limousin Poitou-Charentes (DR08)
contracted with the University of Orléans 
Located within Orléans Grand Campus

See the laboratory presentation sheet