interested in partnership with AECL? seems like with the restructuring
of AECL happening, they are eager to engage anyone interested in
partnership with them... here is how to initiate the process: www.aecl.ca/Assets/Facilities/General_Partnerships_Eng.pdf ... "With AECL’s new mandate, we are looking to partner with companies, academic institutions, and other research laboratories to advance nuclear S&T for the benefit of Canadians. All partnerships are based on an agreement between the participants to pursue a common S&T goal using resources contributed by all parties. A PARTNERSHIP WITH AECL COULD ENTAIL: • Access to our unique facilities, equipment and expert staff • Collaborations in pursuit of either non-proprietary or proprietary research • Collaborations for the purpose of training and education (including
sabbaticals, secondments and student internships)"... "Applicants are
encouraged to contact AECL representatives to begin discussions around potential S&T partnerships. Information on the facilities and laboratories at AECL, and the various types of work in which they are engaged in, is available on the AECL web site at www.aecl.ca."
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