Xerox Research Centre of Canada
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Custom Material Development
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Labs and Instrumentation
Printed Electronics Lab
Accelerate your technology development and commercialization
Canada's Leading Materials Research Centre
XRCC is a world leader in the design, testing, and scale-up of specialty materials
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We are committed to maximizing sustainability and environmental responsibility in all of our materials and processes.
Custom Material Development
We have the specialist expertise and experience to develop the high-performance materials that you need to deliver your goals.
We’re pioneers in the design and manufacturing of electronic materials and have helped to shape the printed electronics landscape.
Our team works closely with you to develop specialized security materials for your unique applications.
We can help you advance your material and process requirements through any stage of the development cycle – from concept to commercialization.
NRC-XRCC Business Alliance
The National Research Council's alliance with the Xerox Research Centre of Canada combines expertise, facilities, and equipment to provide joint innovation services.
In the news
This guest column from Dr. Paul Smith from Xerox tells how Battelle researchers looked north of the border to find the facilities capable of producing large quantities rust-eating beads.
As Canada tries to reach its innovation potential and improve competitiveness on the world stage, it would do well to tap into the business acumen of the men and women solving problems in labs across the country.
5 Tips for Client Success
Learn some pro tips for working with clients from our Business Development Manager for Security Materials
Engineering New Ideas
We talk to Marko Saban, Director of Engineering, to learn how his team of engineers helps clients bridge the gap between the lab and the real world
Xerox Research Centre of Canada helps GreenCentre Canada with a technology to produce fresh water
GreenCentre spins off company, Forward Water Technologies, to revolutionize fresh water production with breakthrough desalination system
Meet the Innovator: Michelle Chrétien
Michelle Chretien, Manager, Materials Science and Program Manager, Strategic Research Xerox Research Centre of Canada
How the Xerox Research Centre of Canada Leverages Process Engineering for Innovation
The tricky part for most innovators is how to move from ideas in the lab to the creation of the product into full-scale manufacturing.
Meet the Innovator: Jenn Belelie
Jenn Belelie is the manager of the Synthesis and Formulation group, which develops new materials for applications such as toner, ink, printed electronics, security and additive manufacturing.
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