Our scientific community is invited to submit proposals for research initiatives that will allow INRS to increase its impact on society.
We will formally welcome new INRS graduates, name the prize winners for the best dissertations and theses, and announce our Prix Lumières awardees.
The Foundation launches today its spring campaign to fund prizes to ackowledge and recognize our exceptional graduates. This recognition has an extraordinary ef
Nominations of INRS graduates in the Firestarter, Trailblazer, and Starburst categories are invited until April 5.
The INRS qualification committee selected nine initiatives to become part of the Foundation’s philanthropic development portfolio.
As Net-Zero Advisory Body Co-Chair, she will advise the federal government on the best pathways to achieving its net-zero emissions goal by 2050.
Our graduate Cécile Poirier speaks of a research collaboration between INRS and the City of Montreal on residential diversity.
Discover the academic and professional paths of a few inspiring women in science among our INRS graduates.
Boost the outreach of your alma mater by sharing your own experience and posting your affiliation to INRS on social media.
An INRS doctoral graduate in urban studies, she becomes the first Commissioner to counter systemic racism and discrimination at the City of Montreal.
Thanks to you, a dozen students in financial difficulty will find the peace of mind they need to continue their studies.