Research chairs, groups, and networks

Our researchers contribute to the advancement of knowledge and technology in many cutting-edge fields where innovation is essential for meeting the challenges facing society.

INRS faculty members lead more than 55 research chairs, groups, networks, and joint units (see full list on french website) and are actively in cuting-edge fields involved in a number of inter-institutional alliances.

INRS research chairs, groups, networks, and joint units are training grounds for the next generation of scientists in a broad range of subject areas including intelligent photonics, reproductive toxicology, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), nanostructured materials, Alzheimer’s disease, youth, employment and entrepreneurship, environmental sedimentology, renewable energy, and digital environments.

See our research chairs, groups, networks, and joint units.