The following descriptions are examples of current research projects that benefited from equipment and processes at MNT facilities across Canada, as well as related financial assistance provided by CMC. In order to view this information, please sign in to your CMC Account. If you don’t already have one, please take a few moments to Get an Account (it’s easy to set up and anyone can get an account).
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- Microfluidic device for studying T lymphocyte migration in DC electric fields, Jing Li and Francis Lin, University of Toronto
- Near-infrared Localized Surface Plasmon Sensor using Gold Nanoring based Plasmonic Crystals, Jayshri Sabarinathan, Hao Jiang, Jan Markowski, University of Western Ontario
- Superconducting Transition Edge Sensor (TES) Development, David Naylor, Yuan Zhang, Darren Hayton, University of Alberta
- Development & fabrication of dynamically tunable PGB structures, Derek Oliver, Dominic Schaub, University of Manitoba
- Continuous size-separation of airborne particles in a microchannel for aerosol monitoring, Boris Stoeber, Winnie Chu, Allison Schaap, University of British Columbia
- Thermally actuated microvalve, Vahid Bazargan, Boris Stoeber, University of British Columbia
- Active Release of Microobjects Using a MEMS Microgripper to Overcome Adhesion Forces, Yu Sun, Brandon Chen, and Yong Zhang, University of Toronto
- A Micro Device for Glucose-Responsive Insulin Delivery, Yu Sun, Jian Chen, University of Toronto
- Implantable Wireless Drug Delivery Device, Kenichi Takahata, Somayyeh Rahimi, University of British Columbia
- μ-Machined Shape-Memory-Alloy (SMA) Actuators: Wireless μ-Gripper, Kenichi Takahata, Mohamed Sultan Mohamed Ali, University of British Columbia
- MEMS Pulsed-Arc Generator and Application to Micromachining, Kenichi Takahata, Ningyuan Wang, University of British Columbia
- Monolithic Wafer-level Rectangular Waveguide and Its Transition to CPW lines, Mojgan Daneshmand, Nahid Vahabisani, University of Alberta
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