What if our labels, packaging and retail displays could be smarter? What if these intelligent devices could simply tell us what we need to know?
Paul Smith joins the CIC Board of Directors as Vice Chair
Ontario's Lieutenant Governor, the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, today visited the Xerox Research Centre of Canada's (XRCC) thriving open innovation hub.
Support for start-ups and small-to-medium size enterprises (SMEs) is thriving at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) in Mississauga, Ont.
The Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), the Mississauga-based, global materials research and development centre for Xerox, has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification.
Xerox Research Centre of Canada's innovation hub helps position Toronto as one of the top ten cities for corporate innovation
By helping nurture an innovation hub, the Xerox Research Centre of Canada works to position Toronto as one of the top ten cities for corporate innovation.
Our researchers have demonstrated particular expertise for developing materials that enable security features – including fluorescence, colour shifts, metallic finishes, and electronic properties.
Dr. Paul Smith explains how scientists at Xerox can help corporate Canada foster tech innovation.
Each year the Xerox Research Centre of Canada honours its inventors - the scientists and engineers whose work contribute to Xerox’s intellectual property.
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.
The National Research Council of Canada launches new business alliance with the Xerox Research Centre of Canada aimed at helping small and medium-sized enterprises (SME’s) take their ideas to market.
XRCC Hub Partner GreenCentre Canada announces the InnovationHouse Chemistry Countering Climate Change Competition (IHC4 Competition).
Business leaders and academics gather to discuss critical success factors affecting innovation and profitable value creation in Canada
Thought leaders gathered Wednesday at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) in Mississauga for the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) Industrie 2030 Roundtable discussion on innovation.
Michelle Chrétien will discuss new materials developments and share examples of integrated printed and hybrid devices at the Advanced Manufacturing Canada Conference and Exhibition.
Dr. Paul Smith delivers the keynote address at the University of Toronto's Spring Convocation.
Xerox Research Centre of Canada and NanoIntegris advance flexible electronic devices with thin film transistor package
A new materials package developed by XRCC and NanoIntegris will help advance the rapidly expanding wearable and flexible electronics market.
Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Navdeep Bains visits XRCC to tour the company's global hub for advanced materials research and development.
Canadian manufacturers will benefit from a new centre to be built in Mississauga that will help businesses to develop smart materials.
The Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association (CPEIA) has named Paul Smith, Vice President of the XRCC, as Chairman of the CPEIA Board of Directors.
Highlights of XRCC’s 2014 Intellectual Property Awards Gala
Agreement with GreenCentre Canada aims to help commercialize technologies engineered to be safe, energy efficient and environmentally sustainable.
Xerox Research Centre Canada Signs Agreement with Authentix to Provide Secure Materials Research Services
XRCC has signed a multi-year materials research services agreement with Dallas-based Authentix Inc.
Stop by Booth #509 to discuss your current and future custom R&D and manufacturing needs with the XRCC technical experts.
Dr. Richard Klenkler has been invited to give the Ambipolar Carrier Transport in Organic Semiconductors Lecture in Electrical and Computer Engineering Departmental Seminar.
Stop by Booth #808 to discuss your current and future custom R&D and manufacturing needs with the XRCC technical experts
Will key technology required to advance future printing will be the development of printable materials, device fabrication, print equipment, or all of the above?
Can a printer create electronic circuits for instant short-range wireless or Internet connection?
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