XRCC

AcronymDefinition
XRCCXerox Research Centre of Canada
XRCCX-Ray Repair, Complementing Defective, in Chinese Hamster
XRCCXtreme Rock Crawling Challenge (vehicles)
XRCCX-Ray Cross Complementation (protein)
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Scientists at XRCC specialize in the design and development of electronic materials and specialty components; environmentally-friendly processes; coatings, applied nanotechnology; polymer science, engineering and pilot plant scale-up.
The ability to print in open air is important because most liquid-processable organic semiconductors "'degrade when exposed to atmospheric oxygen and/or require processing at very high temperatures to achieve functionally useful transistor properties," says Beng Ong, research team leader at XRCC.
Conversely, the BER genes (XRCC and APE) are not: significantly or consistently involved with the repair of this type of damage.
After completing his PhD, he worked for four years as a member of research staff at the Xerox Research Center of Canada (XRCC), specializing in the scale-up of toner processes.
Moore a ete presidente du comite de partenariat des universites du XRCC de 2001 a 2003 et est presentement membre du Comite consultatif sur les subventions universites-industrie du CRSNG.
After 25 years at XRCC, in September 2000, Sundararajan moved to Carleton University in Ottawa, ON as NSERC-Xerox industrial research chair professor.
A group of 13 delegates from China joined 13 Canadian delegates for a two-day technical symposium on August 3-4 in Ottawa and then visited the Macromolecular Science and Engineering Research Center (CERSIM, www.chm.ulaval.ca/cersim) at Laval University, Xerox Research Center of Canada (XRCC, www.xerox.com) and Brockhouse Institute for Materials Research (BIMR, www.science.mcmaster.ca/bimr/ index.
Unfortunately, 5 cm of snow in the Montreal area led to flight delays and Lehn's plane landed 1.5 hours later than expected resulting in his scheduled talk, which was sponsored by the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), being delayed by about 20 minutes.
At the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), we have undertaken a project to develop easily-de-inkable inks, especially toners, which are de-inkable in simple, existing low-tech deinking mills (usually carried out at caustic pH, ca 11.0.).
XRCC is key to the development of strategic materials for both the paper and digital worlds.