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October 03, 2003— Ottawa, Ontario

NRC is open for business. To move NRC discoveries to the marketplace, we are seeking Canadian firms capable of exploiting NRC technologies and creating leading-edge commercial products.

Interested? Find out more about our market-ready technologies through our easy-to-use Web database of NRC technologies available for licensing.

The database is organized and brows able by the business sector: life sciences, information and communications technologies, manufacturing, construction and engineering, environment and aerospace. Each entry includes general information about the opportunity, the technology, the markets, the technology transfer possibilities and a point of contact.

Check out our technology licensing opportunities site at:

Smart Spring

Smart Spring

By taking a radically different approach to the problem of noise and vibration reduction in helicopters, the NRC has won a patent for an active and adaptive rotor-blade control system it calls the "Smart Spring".

Find out more about this aerospace licensing opportunity.

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National Research Council of Canada

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