The National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) is a prestigious public research organization in France, established in 1939. As one of the largest fundamental research institutions in Europe, CNRS is involved in all fields of knowledge, supporting and coordinating research efforts across a multitude of disciplines, including the natural sciences, engineering, humanities, and social sciences. Its operations are spread across hundreds of research units and collaborations with universities, industry leaders, and international agencies, focusing on societal challenges and advancing scientific knowledge. The CNRS is renowned for its role in fostering innovation and scientific excellence, contributing significantly to the global scientific community through its extensive network of researchers and comprehensive research programs.