The CNRS National Institute for Nuclear Physics and Particle Physics (IN2P3) carries out national coordination and coordination missions in the fields of nuclear physics, particle physics and astroparticles, technological developments and applications particularly in the field of health and energy. This research aims at explore the physics of particles and atomic nuclei, the fundamental interactions and the connections between the infinitely small and the infinitely large. The Scientific themes are Physics of particles and hadronics, Nuclear physics, Astro particles and cosmology, Neutrinos, Calculation and data, Research and Development of Accelerators, Downstream of nuclear power cycle and nuclear energy and Medical applications. The Institute at the forefront of research in particle physics, nuclear physics and astro particles, IN2P3 is with a vocation to make young people discover the themes that make the research today. The IN2P3 hence proposes to the teachers of the second degree devices and tools enabling them to introduce this current physics in their teaching and to involve their students, such as young researchers. A true bridge between the world of teaching and research, the school of the two infinites aims at Introduce students to research professions, to awaken their curiosity for the universe of physics and the physics of the universe, sharing the discoveries and applications of basic research, present physics concretely as well as the men and women who make it progress and fighting disaffection for science. Teaching materials, conferences in schools, meetings, experiments, exhibitions (copies available in several IN2P3 laboratories), visits to laboratories etc. are all ways that IN2P3 develops and Science. For the 10th anniversary of the European Research Council (ERC), the CNRS celebrates scientific excellence through several meetings organized throughout France, from 13 to 19 March 2017. On this occasion, a site Internet presenting the 360 laureates.es CNRS of the various ERC scholarships, from 2007 to 2015, was set up. Among these portraits are the laureates.es IN2P3 from 2010 to 2015, and the testimony of Marianne Lemoine-Goumard, CNRS researcher at CENBG (CNRS / University of Bordeaux). In 2010, she received a Starting Grant grant for the P-WIND project, which aims to unveil the nature of the gamma sources observed by the Fermi satellite and to identify the causes of the acceleration of cosmic rays. Current and future experiments in particle physics are The Higgs boson and the super symmetric particles: Atlas: A research experiment of the Higgs boson and physical novels beyond the standard model (super symmetry, additional dimensions ...) with the LHC, proton-proton collider of the European Organization for Research. CMS (Compact muon solenoid): a Higgs boson research experiment and new physics beyond the standard model (super symmetry, extra dimensions ...) at the LHC, the proton-proton collisioner of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN, a European laboratory based in Geneva). H1 : a research experiment around the standard model (study of the internal structure of the proton and the fundamental interactions between particles) and research of new physics beyond the standard model with Hera, the electron-proton collider of the Deutsche electron synchrotron (Desy, a German laboratory based in Hamburg).