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Find out about research in the biological sciences going on each day at six different NRC Institutes.
Plant Biotechnology: The NRC Institute for Plant Biotechnology is dedicated to plant and crop research.
Medical Biodiagnostics: The NRC Institute for Biodiagnostics focuses on the development of medical devices and technologies that will improve the way serious medical conditions, such as cancer, stroke, and heart disease are diagnosed.
Neurobiology and Immunochemistry: The NRC Institute for Biological Sciences focuses on research and development associated with neurodegenerative diseases, infectious diseases, cancer vaccines, immunotherapeutics and bioproducts.
Biotechnology: The NRC Biotechnology Research Institute focuses on research in health, bioprocesses and the environment.
Nutrisciences: The NRC Institute for Nutrisciences and Health focuses on identifying how compounds (bioactives) found in nature can be used to improve the health of humans and animals.