Ten Waterloo researchers are receiving seed funding from the Centre for Bioengineering and Biotechnology (CBB).
The funding will support the collaboration of multi-disciplinary research teams across Waterloo faculties and departments, with the goal of propelling scientific innovation and growth, and mentoring the next generation of researchers.
The recipients of round two include:
- Peter Levine, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Robin Duncan, Kinesiology
“A semiconductor-integrated electrochemical camera for real-time label-free cell assays”
The research aims to demonstrate fully-electronic real-time label-free imaging (sensing and monitoring) of cells using semiconductor integrated circuits that could decrease the complexity and cost of therapeutic drug development and cell efficacy research, development, and analysis.
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