Chalk River Research Facilities
Building 459, Station 18, Chalk River Laboratories
Chalk River, Ontario, K0J 1J0 Canada
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Lachlan Cranswick (1968-2010) who worked at the NRC Canadian Neutron Beam Centre located at Chalk River Laboratories is being honoured posthumously for his scientific work in crystallography.
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