INL has an innovative internal research structure based on cross-fertilisation of research lines that fosters a creative environment where new ideas, disruptive approaches and efficient solutions evolve. The clusterisation model allows different research groups to work together on a common research agenda facing significant scientific and impactful social challenges.
The Research and Technology activities are focused on six thematic areas: Advanced Materials and Computing, Clean Energy, Food for the Future, Precise Personalised Health Tech, Smart Digital Nano-systems, and Sustainable Environment. These complement each other and provide a base for interdisciplinary interactions among INL researchers. The full-fledged nanotechnology laboratory enables leading research of the highest international standard.
To learn more about INL’s Strategic Vision, you can access our 2023 Strategy approved by the INL Council on April 22nd, 2020.
The INL Strategy is implemented by having a commitment towards operational excellence and continuous improvement in order to deliver results of exceptional value, strengthening INL’s sustainability through the valorisation of its critical knowledge.
The permanent search for high-quality standards and collaborators’ satisfaction is within our DNA. We recognise that quality is a concern of each and every one of our staff members, who are deeply involved in the deployment of our quality culture.