For the Natural and Digital Sciences

About LABORES

LABORES pour les sciences naturelles et numériques est une société savante inscrite comme association scientifique européenne à but non lucratif (loi française 1901) fondée par un groupe international de jeunes chercheurs œuvrant pour la promotion de la recherche et l’échange scientifique. Le siège de LABORES se trouve à Paris mais ses membres travaillent depuis plusieurs coins de l’Europe. LABORES est membre foundateur de l’UNESCO UniTwin International Complex Systems Digital Campus.

LABORES for the natural and digital sciences is an non-profit (French law 1901) European lab and research center founded in 2010 by a group of young international researchers to promote scientific research and spur scientific exchange. LABORES is physically located in Paris, but their members operate worldwide, mainly in European countries. LABORES is a founding member of the UNESCO UniTwin International Complex Systems Digital Campus.

LABORES has three main missions:

  • To bring scientists together (physically and virtually).
  • To promote their scientific research, and that of others.
  • To help them with the process of grant application and reporting.

Contact: info@labores.eu

Mailing address / Domicile postal :
LABORES
Maison des Associations
60 rue Saint-André des Arts
Paris 75006, France.

In case of dissolution the assets of LABORES will be given to the E.W. Beth Fondation located at the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, for the development of logic.

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Medallion designed by Leibniz. On January 2nd, 1697, Leibniz wrote a letter to Rudolf August, Duke of Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel, in which he detailed the design of a commemorative medallion. The design posited an analogy between “the creation of all from nothing through the omnipotence of God” and the fact that “all numbers [could] be created from zeros and ones.” The birth and celebration of the binary system. For more information click here.