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Annual General Meeting

The University of Toronto is pleased to host the annual general meeting of the Canadian Institute for Neutron Scattering on November 14-15. Please reserve from Friday evening to Saturday evening for the program. The meeting is an opportunity for discussion of both science and policy.

Go to the 2014 AGM page.

CNBC Activity Report for 2011, 2012, and 2013

2014 March - The Canadian Neutron Beam Centre's activity report to CINS for 2011, 2012, and 2013 is now available online in both official languages. The great versatility of neutron beams as probes of materials for science, government, and industry is highlighted with descriptions of projects with impacts for clients today or with promise for the future.

Reconstitution of CINS

CINS is preparing to receive and administer grant money in support of research using neutron beams in Canada. To that end, CINS adopted a new corporate structure at its recent AGM. The new structure will also satisfy the new Canada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act. More information on the new structure is available on the about us page.

Using neutrons to understand magnetic nano-structures will enable further advancement of computer memory.
Using neutrons to understand magnetic nano-structures will enable further advancement of computer memory.

Using neutrons to analyze polymer nano-coatings on implanted heart valves will minimize the chance of post-operative stroke or death.
Using neutrons to analyze polymer nano-coatings on implanted heart valves will minimize the chance of post-operative stroke or death.

Using neutrons to measure stresses in railroad tracks with neutrons will help to prevent train derailments.
Using neutrons to measure stresses in railroad tracks will help to prevent train derailments.