Dalhousie University scientists access the CNBC to identify materials with the magnetic properties required for a major breakthrough in computer memory.
Continue reading Exploring Materials for ‘Racetrack’ Memory
Experiments at the Canadian Neutron Beam Centre (CNBC) confirmed one of the theoretical predictions of this year’s winners of the Nobel Prize in Physics.
Continue reading Canada Contributes to 2016 Nobel Prize-Winning Research
The 13th Canadian Neutron Scattering Summer School will be held at Chalk River Laboratories on May 15-19, 2017.
The school is aimed at graduate students and post-docs with backgrounds in physics, chemistry, or materials science who may have no prior knowledge of how to use neutron beams to study materials.
For more information, refer to the 2017 summer school page.
Using neutron beams at the CNBC, scientists gather direct molecular-level evidence for the role that Vitamin E plays in the human body—a feat that has been unattainable using other experimental techniques.
Continue reading Clarifying the Role of Vitamin E
Australian scientists accessed the CNBC in search of the right materials for the next generation of computer processors. Continue reading Exploring Materials for Faster Computers
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.
Continue reading 2016 Annual General Meeting
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.
Continue reading Assisting Non-Proliferation through Fuel Development
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.
Continue reading Enhancing the Lifetime of Aircraft Parts