Success Stories 2015-16
Researchers across Canada are engaging in microsystems research that is resulting in excellence, commercialization, collaborations, and highly trained and qualified people for application areas including bio, ICT, energy & environment, aerospace, automotive, natural resources, and security & defence.
The most recent stories are listed below.
Graduate nanofabrication research yields commercial opportunity
Exploring the potential of information technologies for the nuclear industry
EDA innovator helps companies, and students, succeed
Flexible, implantable electrode offers new insights into brain function
Canadian startup’s quantum dot technology poised to transform data centre industry
Optical fibres inspire novel approach to nano-electrospray
3D printing brings affordable prosthetic “Victoria Hand” to Guatemalans
Pioneering MEMS technology offers nano-scale ‘microscopy for the masses’
Novel optical MEMS research with commercial potential