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.
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.