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Fighting Corrosion on Submarine Hulls

May 1, 2014
Stress data from the CNBC helped Canada leverage closer research collaboration with allies.
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Solving the Mystery Flask: A Forensic Challenge

October 1, 2015
The CNBC is enhancing its neutron imaging capabilities to see inside concealed objects. Identifying unknown radioactive material reduced the cost of a long-term waste management liability for the Government of Canada and demonstrated new capabilities.
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Understanding Stress in Ship Hulls To Enhance Reliability

June 1, 2013
Defence Research and Development Canada sponsors research that needs stress data from the CNBC to understand the strength of ship hulls.
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Generating Knowledge To Extend the Life of Submarines

November 1, 2014
Generating unique knowledge about aging of submarine fleets has helped Canada cooperate with its allies, leveraging their knowledge in return.
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Reducing Maintenance Costs of Military Ships

March 1, 2013
Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC) accessed the CNBC for award-winning cooperative research with Canada’s allies.
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