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Research at the heart of training and partnerships

January 18, 2023 | Julie Robert

Update : January 18, 2023

INRS once again ranks first in research intensity, according to Research Infosource.

INRS ranks first in Quebec in research intensity.

INRS ranks first in Quebec in research intensity. MARCUS LIMA

The Institut national de la recherche scientifique (INRS) is again ranked first in Quebec in terms of research intensity, according to Research Infosource. Once again, INRS stands out within the Université du Québec network and among some of the province’s most prestigious universities. In Canada, the institution maintains its first place in terms of research intensity per graduate student and second place per faculty.

“It is with great pride that I highlight, once again, the excellence of our community in research and training. This ranking confirms the relevance of INRS’ unique model: an institution dedicated to research and training directed towards strategic niches while contributing to the economic, social and cultural development of Quebec.”

Luc-Alain Giraldeau, Chief Executive Officer of INRS

In terms of total sponsored research income for the entire institution ($69,829), INRS ranks 26th among the 50 best research universities in Canada in 2022 and 7th in Quebec. These results make the institution a key research hub in the province of Quebec and on an international scale.

“INRS is the university research institution of choice for partnerships and the training of scientific leaders.”

Claude Guertin, Scientific Director of INRS
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In terms of total sponsored research income for the entire institution ($69,829), INRS ranks 26th among the 50 best research universities in Canada in 2022 and 7th in Quebec. These results make the institution a key research hub in the province of Quebec and on an international scale.

Research Infosource’s media release