Advanced Materials Research Facility - National Research Council Canada (NRC Mississauga)
The NRC’s newly established Advanced Materials Research Facility in Mississauga is a new hub for collaboration in advanced materials R&D with key collaborators from other government departments, academia and the private sector. The co-located NRC & NRCan teams of research specialists in chemistry, materials science, engineering, AI, and robotics will adopt a new way of conducting research to address challenges in advanced materials development and commercialization.
Chemspeed offers highly innovative, high-throughput and high-output solutions which automate and enable alternative energy R&D without compromise by using concepts designed for chemists by chemists in areas such as the development (synthesis, formulation, application, testing) of alternative energy solutions providing innovative materials for e.g.
- batteries (cathode materials, electrolytes, separators) – fractional compositional mapping pivotal for boosting robustness and performance
- solar cells (organic, inorganic, hybrid photovoltaics) – fractional compositional mapping pivotal for boosting robustness and performance
- fuel cells (e.g. supported non-precious metal catalysts)
- mobile and stationary storages (e.g. porous materials)