The Lassonde Technology Faire on April 25 at the Lassonde Building at York University provided fun and flavor in a variety of activities in leading edge technologies and entrepreneurship to over 175 attendees from high schools, academia, and industry.
We have received one the thirteen “Best In Science” grants from the Ontario Ministry of the Environment to undertake a 2yr research that aims at developing integrated and advanced fluidic technologies for detection of multiple pathogenic microorganisms inside water. The research will be conducted at the Advanced Club for Microfluidic Technology and Engineering at York University and in collaboration with Public…
We have recently submitted a grant application to Grand Challenges Canada for developing a point-of-care diagnostics device that can detect pathogens in human body fluids automatically. A link to the video
Mr. Ramtin Ardeshiri joined ACµTE in December 2013. Ramtin aims to use micro-electro-mechanical techniques to investigate neuronal responses of Drosophila and C. elegans to some environmental cues in semi-automated manners.
Sep. 2013 – We would like to welcome Mr. Jacob Leung to ACµTE. He has started his Master’s research on microfluidic devices for investigating Drosophila’s oviposition and embryonic development. We wish Jacob a successful and happy journey at York University.