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Optimization of biomolecule separation by combining microscale filtration and design-of-experiment methods
One of our BI members David Latulippe just had a paper from his group accepted for publication in Biotechnology and Bioengineering. We are very pleased to provide access to our micro plate reader and gel imaging systems which are used by David Latulippe and his group.
MP Mike Lake tours McMaster Institutes
We would like to thank MP Mike Lake, for touring the IIDR and the Biointerfaces Institute.
Upcoming Event: Injectable sol - gel derived alumina
The CREATE program is hosting an event: Injectable sol - gel derived alumina: synthesis, properties, biomedical applications
This study has been motivated by a major obstacle in the use of glassy and ceramic materials as injectable biocompatible carriers: Despite the fact that the vast majority of oxide-based biomaterials studies have been carried out on silica, no major pharmaceutical company has 'raised the glove' to get the FDA and the other regulatory agencies approval for this material as an injectable carrier of therapeutical components.