Welcome to Micro Nano-Scale Transport Lab
Micro and Nano-scale Transport Laboratory (MNT Lab) is located at the first floor of the Quantum-Nano Centre, QNC 1512, Waterloo Institute for Nanotechnology (WIN). The laboratory has state-of-art facilities to conduct fundamental studies related to fluid transport processes which are occurring at micro and nano-scale with applications in key areas of energy, environment monitoring, and bio-systems. Current research projects at MNT Lab can be viewed on the research page.
- Nov. 20, 2017
Researchers at the University of Waterloo have invented a fast, affordable way for developing communities to test their drinking water for potentially deadly E. coli.
Read more here.
- Mar. 30, 2017
Partnering with York Region’s St. Robert’s School in Markham and Quanser, we are developing apps that will help in easy transition of high school students to university STEM program. Our goal is make sure every student is successful in Canadian post-secondary education system.
- Nov. 15, 2016
York researchers invent “sweet” solution to kill E. coli in drinking water. It is a novel paper-based water treatment technique, DipTreat, which uses glucose to fish E. coli from water, trap them within the porous paper matrix, and kill them using the antimicrobial properties of Moringa oleifera seed extract.