Tag Archives: University of Toronto

Tumour-on-a-chip Device to Revolutionize Personalized Treatment for Cancer

Researchers from¬†University of Toronto’s Institute of Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering (IBBME) have developed a new tumour-on-a-chip microfluidics screening platform for predicting the behaviour of nanoparticles in the living body. This new device, with a potential to revolutionize personalized cancer treatment is designed to expedite the study of behaviour and effects of nanoparticles on tumour tissue […]

New Microchip Capable of Diagnosing Infections in Minutes Developed by U of T

The conventional method of diagnosing infectious bacterial diseases involve collection of blood and other clinical samples and culturing it, and making observations after the required incubation period for any microbial growth. It may take days to get the results. Apart from that, it takes some more time to find the effective antibiotics against it, or […]