Nunavut Research Institute (NRI)
Nunavut Research Institute is a gateway to the many exciting research and technology development initiatives underway in the territory.
A part of Nunavut Arctic College, it is a leader in developing and promoting traditional knowledge, science and technology as key local resources. As the central body mandated to license research, it serves as a touchstone for broad-scale scientific activity in the territory.
NRI also acts on behalf of Nunavut residents, sharing information on research projects, providing advice on research funding programs and assisting in the development of proposals to research funding agencies.
WHAT'S NEW AT NRI?
NRI's main laboratory is now fully accredited by the Canadian Association for Laboratory Accreditors! The laboratory is managed in partnership with Queens Univeristy and is fully equipped to analyse a variety of metals, hydrocarbons, and organic contaminants (e.g. PCBs) in soil and water. Accreditation verifies that the lab meets international standards for technical compentency and operates a sound quality management system.
NRI's new facilites
To apply for a Science Research Licence please complete one of the following Online Application Forms: