College Research Rankings: CNETE at Cégep de Shawinigan Shines Once Again!

College Research Rankings: CNETE at Cégep de Shawinigan Shines Once Again!

The National Center in Electrochemistry and Environmental Technologies (CNETE), affiliated with Cégep de Shawinigan, has once again made an impressive showing in the college research rankings!

According to data collected by Research Infosource Inc., a firm that compiles research activities across Canada, CNETE ranks 8th among all colleges in Canada in terms of research intensity per researcher and also 8th in Canada for the number of paid students, demonstrating the exceptional productivity of our research center.

In the category of small colleges, CNETE also positions itself as follows:

  • 4th for private funding in research projects
  • 3rd for the percentage of private revenue in research projects
  • 4th for the increase in private investment in its research projects
  • 4th for the number of completed projects
  • 6th for the number of partnerships established

Nancy Déziel, the General Director of CNETE, expressed great enthusiasm following the announcement of this ranking: “Being recognized among the best Canadian colleges speaks to the quality of research conducted at CNETE. These excellent results are undoubtedly attributable to our entire team, which works in excellence to establish CNETE as a leader in research. I want to express my warm thanks. I am proud of the impact generated by our innovative projects, especially in battery materials, which bring distinction to CNETE, Cégep, and the entire region.”

Geneviève Ducharme, the Director of Studies at Cégep, takes this opportunity to warmly congratulate the CNETE team: “Cégep de Shawinigan is delighted with CNETE’s enviable position in the ranking, especially regarding the number of paid students. This result confirms the remarkable synergy between our Cégep and its CTTC for the training of qualified professionals in the field of sciences. We are very pleased to provide concrete scientific experiences to our student community thanks to the expertise and support of the research staff. I take this opportunity to salute the excellent work done by the entire CNETE team in this collective success!”

According to Eric Milette, the General Director of Cégep: “These excellent results once again demonstrate that Cégep de Shawinigan and CNETE are among the leaders in applied research, on a national scale. We are proud to implement innovative solutions that contribute significantly to technological development and economic growth in our region, positioning ourselves as key players in the ambitious projects of the Energy Transition Valley.”

For more information on the ranking of colleges in research in Canada, please visit the Research Infosource Inc. website.

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