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Atomic Energy of Canada Limited established Whiteshell Laboratories for nuclear science and development and the community of Pinawa in 1963.
The PCF began when some staff members of the Chalk River Laboratories moved from Deep River, Ont., to Pinawa, Man., where the Whiteshell Nuclear Research Establishment of Atomic Energy Canada Limited (later known as Whiteshell Laboratories) was first built.
Almost immediately you cross the Winnipeg River with a view of the Seven Sisters Generating Station and go past a roadside park and Ara Mooradian Way, the entrance to Whiteshell Laboratories and to several other local businesses.
Most Manitobans know AECL Research Whiteshell Laboratories for its world-leadin CANDU nuclear technology work.
Whiteshell Laboratories, working in partnership with ASPEN Systems -- a Massachusetts company that creates polymers for satellite manufacturing -- has created a new polymer that should withstand atomic oxygen.
Peter Taylor, MCIC, is a chemist with the Research Chemistry Branch of AECL Research at Whiteshell Laboratories in Pinawa, MB.
Chemistry is a very important discipline in nuclear research and development, and it features prominently at the Whiteshell Laboratories of AECL Research, located about 100 km northeast of Winnipeg.
The Whiteshell Laboratories are one of the major R&D centres in Manitoba and, indeed, in Western Canada.
Thus, much of the chemistry effort at the Whiteshell Laboratories is related to programs in these areas.
"Because of Whiteshell Laboratories, we have in Pinawa and the Eastern Manitoba region, a deeper knowledge and understanding of high technology than most other communities," says Dr.
* Whiteshell Laboratories' skilled tradespeople, security force, fully-trained fire department, occupational health unit and ambulance service offer expertise, safety and support.