Canada’s National Research Council and Rio Tinto Alcan are linking up in a C$3 million ($2.7 million) research project addressing the aluminum industry’s demand for more economical and ecologically friendly products. The partnership will support innovation by accelerating the development of new products and meeting manufacturers’ technical-support needs to facilitate the use of extrusions and aluminum in ground transportation. Etienne Jacques, chief operating officer-Rio ...

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