For information our video library will no longer offer DVD for sale

CNRS video Library

Home > Detailed data sheet
My cart ()
poster

Villejuif Campus

  • Description
  • Storyboard
 
  00:30:00  2012  Color  Sound

Researchers trace the history of the CNRS Villejuif campus units while identifying the site's highlights according to three main periods.
1930-1960: Creation of the Villejuif Cancer Institute, bringing together research laboratories and a hospital in order to bring medical research and clinical applications closer together. Integration of this Institute in the CNRS in 1948 and development of an electronic microscopy laboratory.
1960-1980: Separation of the Institute into two entities, the Cancer and Normal Cell Research Centre and the Cancer Scientific Research Institute. Basic research in immunology begins. In 1968, the two Institutes merge to bring the world of physicians and biologists closer together. A time of great discoveries, like evidencing the role of P53 proteins in cancer development.
1980-2010: Creation of the Gustave Roussy Institute on a new site, the existing hospital being too small. Merger of the laboratories remaining on site within the Life Sciences department whose research focuses on protein biochemistry. Two new stakeholders emerge and join forces with the the CNRS: the ARC to support campus funding and the INSERM in the creation of a CNRS-INSERM federative Institute . Arrival of the Human and Social Sciences (laboratories of ethnology, linguistics, philosophy and sciences and History of religions) on the campus which becomes the 3rd pole in Humanities and Social Sciences in the Parisian area. Creation of a federation of multidisciplinary teams to promote exchanges between researchers and to pool documentary collections. Reflections on the future of the site as a result of a unit relocation plan.

Director : PAOURI Arghyro (IIAC, UMR CNRS, EHESS Paris et Min. Culture et Communication)
Identification
Audiovisual processLive shots. Use of texts and headings, maps, plans, book and magazine covers, stock shots and microscope views.
Interview and voice-over (live sound). Musics (Serge Friedman).
PersonnalitiesBUNGENER Martine(CERMES 3, UMR CNRS, Univ. Paris 5, INSERM et EHESS Paris, Villejuif); DAUTRY François(LBPA, UMR CNRS et ENS Cachan); HAREL-BELAN Annick(Epigénétique et cancer, FRE CNRS et CEA, Gif-sur-Yvette); KRESS Michel(Compartimentation et trafic intracellulaire des mRNPs, Institut André Lwoff, Villejuif); PIERRON Gérard(Rétrovirus endogènes et éléments rétroides des eucaryotes supérieurs, UMR CNRS, Institut Gustave Roussy et Univ. Paris-sud, Villejuif); QUEIXALOS Francesc(SEDYL, UMR CNRS, IRD et INALCO Paris, Villejuif); DE RECONDO Anne-Marie(Lab. Biologie moléculaire de la réplication, Institut de recherche sur le cancer, Villejuif); ROULON-DOKO Paulette(LLACAN, UMR CNRS et INALCO Paris, Villejuif); SARASIN Alain(Stabilité génétique et oncogenèse, UMR CNRS, Institut Gustave Roussy et Univ. Paris-sud, Villejuif); SMITH Darwin(LAMOP, UMR CNRS et Univ. Paris 1, Villejuif); TAYLOR Anne-Christine(Musée du quai Branly, CNRS, Paris); TOFFIN Gérard(Centre d'études himalayennes, UPR CNRS, Villejuif); VANHOVE Martine(LLACAN, UMR CNRS et INALCO Paris, Villejuif); GUTHLEBEN Denis(Comité pour l'histoire du CNRS, MOY CNRS, Paris)
NotesIIAC : Institut Interdisciplinaire d'Anthropologie du Contemporain.
EHESS : Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales.
CNRS : Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.
ARC : Association pour la Recherche sur le Cancer.
INSERM : Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale.
CERMES 3 : Centre de Recherche, médecine, sciences, santé, santé mentale, société.
LBPA : Laboratoire de Biologie et Pharmacologie appliquée.
ENS : Ecole Normale Supérieure.
CEA : Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives.
SEDYL : Structure et Dynamique des Langues.
IRD : Institut de Recherche pour le Développement.
INALCO : Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales.
LLACAN : Langage, Langues et Cultures d'Afrique Noire.
LAMOP : Laboratoire de Médiévistique Occidentale de Paris.
SHS : Sciences Humaines et Sociales.
(ONLINE)
Share
Print 

Places  

Ile-de-France

Technical Sheet
Number3000
PublicLarge audience
VersionFrench
Delivery supportDV Cam
Ark Identifier