Xerox Research Centre of Canada

The Xerox Research Centre of Canada is Xerox’s specialty materials research centre. XRCC combines chemistry, physics and engineering to enable the flow of materials from concept through to product.

Research & Development

XRCC researchers work in multi-disciplinary teams across all stages of the innovation process to deliver solutions for applications in printing as well as electronic materials, consumer packaging, sustainable chemical processes, coatings, and security / authentication. Learn more >

 

XRCC at LOPEC 2016
Electronic Materials Business Manager, Dr. Brynn Dooley, will be attending the International Exhibition and Conference for the Printed Electronics Industry (LOPEC) April 5 – 7 in Munich, Germany. She will be attending talks related to both business and technical advancements in the field, and discussing business opportunities in printed electronics. More information.

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Xerox Research Centre of Canada
2660 Speakman Drive
Mississauga, Ontario L5K 2L1 Canada
Tel: 905-823-7091    Fax: 905-822-6984
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About The Centre

The Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) is Canada's leading materials research centre, home to a world-class team of scientists and engineers with broad expertise in materials chemistry, formulation design, prototyping, testing, and chemical process engineering. Our researchers work in multi-disciplinary teams across all stages of the innovation process to deliver solutions for applications in printing as well as electronic materials, consumer packaging, sustainable chemical processes, coatings, and security / authentication. Examples of our innovations include Emulsion-Aggregation toner, long-life photoreceptor materials, and conductive nanosilver ink for electronics applications.

XRCC’s facility in Mississauga includes research and testing labs along with a 27,000 square foot chemical pilot plant. Our current research programs include the development of new printing technologies, metal-based inks for electronics and coatings, and chemical process design and scale-up for both Xerox and external clients. Learn more >

 

XRCC Blog

Xerox Research Centre of Canada and NanoIntegris advance flexible electronic devices with thin film transistor package
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Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development visits XRCC
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