Long-Range Plan for Neutron Scattering in Canada

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. If built, the CNC will surpass the National Research Universal (NRU) reactor — planned to be permanently shut down in 2018 — in the production of neutrons for materials research. In addition, the CNC could potentially continue the NRU reactor’s functions in nuclear energy research or the production of isotopes for industry and medicine.

Planning to 2050 for Materials Research with Neutron Beams in Canada (24 Mb file)