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Major call for proposals 2020-2023 (EXTENDED DEADLINE)

This major call for projects aims to mobilize Université Laval's research community around collaborative projects that respond to the main challenges of the Sentinel North research program.

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Activity Report 2018-2019

On the brink of the program's Phase II, Sentinel North highlights the results and accomplishments of its community, which have helped injecting a new dynamic into the way research is being conducted at Université Laval.

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Launch of the Sentinel North Partnership Research Chair on Ecosystemic Approaches to Health

The objective of this new Chair is to understand how the complex effects of environmental change affect local and indigenous foods.

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Shedding Light on the North

Funded by the Canada First Research Excellence Fund, the Sentinel North Strategy allows Université Laval to draw on over a half-century of northern and optics/photonics research to develop innovative new technology, train the next generation of transdisciplinary researchers and improve our understanding of the northern environment and its impact on human beings and their health.


  • Major call for proposals 2020-2023

    For this second major call for proposals, Sentinel North is seeking transdisciplinary teams that will propose transformative approaches that encourage the convergence of expertise, including the de... read more

  • Sentinel North Winter 2020 Training and Workshops

    Sentinel North invites its Université Laval community to take part in a series of workshops and training activities aimed at addressing the complex themes of its research program, while promot... read more

  • 2018-2019 Activity Report

    On the brink of the program's Phase II, Sentinel North invites you to discover its 2018-2019 Acivity Reports, highlighting the results and accomplishments of its community that have helped injectin... read more

An unprecedented transdisciplinary strategy

Sentinel North is made possible, in part, thanks to funding from Canada First Research Excellence Fund.