Read success stories about NRC research, and how our work contributes to the success of our clients and partners.

 

- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
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- Laval, Quebec

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
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- Brossard, Quebec

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
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- Boucherville, Quebec

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
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- Ottawa,

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
Industry: Bioproducts
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- Boucherville, Quebec

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
Industry: Additive Manufacturing, Aerospace Manufacturing
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- Boucherville, Quebec

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
Safe, affordable and efficient energy storage technologies are an important component of a low-carbon economy. LiBTec, a new industrial research and development (R&D) group launched by the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), is looking to advance the lithium-ion battery value chain in Canada by working with industrial partners to accelerate the development and testing of key materials and components in partnership with its leading researchers in the field.
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- Sorel-Tracy, Quebec

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
As a major producer of metal powders in over thirty countries, Quebec-based Rio Tinto Metal Powders (RTMP) has earned its place as a world-leading supplier for the iron and steel powder industry. With products that serve the automotive, appliance, electric tool and lawn & garden industries, RTMP has a strong interest in releasing new innovations into the marketplace that meet the evolving needs of their customers.
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- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
In the automotive industry, new technologies are constantly being developed to respond to increasingly stringent regulations and manufacturing requirements. To successfully compete on the global stage, auto manufacturers must find new ways of controlling design and development costs, streamlining fabrication processes and responding quickly to rapidly changing market needs.
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- Ottawa, Ontario

Research Centre: Automotive and Surface Transportation
Passengers travelling on sleek, high-speed trains around the world may soon find new models lighter and faster due to a surprising new fabric reinforcing their components: flax fibres. Used around the globe in clothing, table linens and stationery, these fibres are three times as strong as cotton and just as strong as—but considerably lighter than—glass, a prominent component in parts used in ground transportation vehicles.