Studies of nuclear fuel at the CNBC help Canada to contribute to global nuclear security.
Continue reading Assisting Non-Proliferation through Fuel Development
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
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
Fundamental research that uses neutron beams to investigate how our bodies work may lead to better health outcomes in the future by shedding light on our understanding of cholesterol and Aspirin.
Continue reading Aspirin Disrupts Cholesterol Rafts in Lipid Membranes
The CNBC data provided strong evidence that the pipe was likely subjected to tension over time while in service, and that the fracture was not due to faulty pipe.
Continue reading Neutron Beams Inform Lawsuit Following Gas Explosion
Researchers from universities access the CNBC to obtain fundamental insights into materials used for clean energy technologies.
Continue reading Water Uptake and Swelling in Fuel Cell Membranes
The CNBC is enhancing its neutron imaging capabilities to see inside concealed objects. Identifying unknown radioactive material reduced the cost of a long-term waste management liability for the Government of Canada and demonstrated new capabilities.
Continue reading Solving the Mystery Flask: A Forensic Challenge
Aircraft manufacturers sponsor researchers who are using stress data from the CNBC to evaluate methods of preventing distortion in thin aluminum parts.
Continue reading Reducing Waste in Airplane Parts Manufacturing