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April 07, 2007— Ottawa, Ontario

NRC NewsLink

For more than 90 years, NRC researchers have been involved in ground-breaking research in a wide variety of areas. Their work has resulted in great benefits for Canada, and for the rest of the world.

As a leader in the development of Canada's knowledge-based economy through science and technology, we have a long legacy and a proud history of achievements.

NRC NewsLink

For other recent stories, see the spring issue of NRC NewsLink

Through its 20 research institutes, technology centres, Industrial Research Assistance Program, and the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, NRC stimulates the growth of world-class science and technology based industries, nurtures groundbreaking technology clusters nationwide, and contributes to large-scale, multi-disciplinary research and development initiatives in priority areas for the country.

As you can imagine, we have amazing success stories to share with you but our challenge has been to communicate them. And, this is the reason behind NewsLink, our newly launched quarterly newspaper which is now available in hard copy or on NRC's website.

NewsLink will help you, our stakeholders and partners, discover, explore and learn more about how NRC puts Science to work for Canadians.

We hope that you enjoy reading about our science as much as we enjoy performing it!


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