The Annual General Meeting will be hosted by McMaster University on October 14 – 15, 2016. The meeting will take place in the Skylight Room of the Commons Building.
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An international research team led by Hydro-Québec accessed the CNBC to obtain fundamental insights into how to make better materials for batteries.
Continue reading Safer and Longer Lasting Energy Storage for Devices
Studies of nuclear fuel at the CNBC help Canada to contribute to global nuclear security.
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The 13th Canadian Neutron Scattering Summer School planned to be held at Chalk River Laboratories in Sept 2016 has been postponed to May or June 2017.
Aircraft manufacturers sponsor research because they need stress data to improve computer models of the lifetime of their parts.
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The Neutron Scattering Society of America announced its 2016 NSSA Fellows, including Dr. John H. Root, Director of the Canadian Neutron Beam Centre Continue reading NSSA Inducts John Root as Fellow
The updated long-range plan for neutron scattering in Canada is now available. The centrepiece of the plan is the Canadian Neutron Centre (CNC) which is envisioned to be a world-class neutron source with associated laboratories and infrastructure. Continue reading Long-Range Plan for Neutron Scattering in Canada
Following research at the CNBC, Nor-Mar Industries has received approval for, and successfully implemented changes to, welding protocols to deliver premium-quality products.
Continue reading Enhancing the Reliability of Retrofitted Utility Vehicles
Operators of nuclear power plants use stress data from the CNBC to ensure safe, reliable and economic operations.
Continue reading Enhancing the Power Plant Reliability in the UK
American physicists accessed the CNBC to map the inner atomic workings of a compound within a mysterious class of materials known as spin-orbit Mott insulators.
Continue reading Mapping Electrons in New Quantum Materials