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Professor Roger Kempers awarded an NSERC Alliance grant

Professor Roger Kempers was awarded an NSERC Alliance grant entitled “Characterization and Optimization of Heat Transfer from GRIP Metal Enhanced Surfaces”. The project is in partnership with NUCAP Industries and is valued at $60k. Project Summary:NUCAP Industries has developed a novel method of enhancing the surface of metals in the form of small metal hooks […]

Video Lecture by Learning Skills Services (LSS) June2020Calendar: online webinars on how to study effectively during COVID-19

Staying Motivated While Working From Home 🔗Online learning is challenging. Not only do you have to master complex, university-level content as in all courses, but without the familiar on-campus routines of going to lectures and connecting with classmates in person. How can you stay motivated while working from home, to get the work done that […]

Active Thermography (AT) using infrared (IR) cameras: a study, led by Professor Nima Tabatabaei, enables the low-cost roadside testing of cannabis consumption (THC)

Samadi, N., Thapa, D., Salimi, M., Parkhimchyk, A. & Tabatabaei, N. Low-Cost Active Thermography using Cellphone Infrared Cameras: from Early Detection of Dental Caries to Quantification of THC in Oral Fluid. Sci Rep 10, 7857 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-64796-6 York Media Relations: Link to the article

CONGRATULATIONS! The Mechanical Engineering Capstone team wins the PEO York Chapter award for the stem cell dispenser project

Spenser The Stem Cell Dispenser Team Instructor: Professor Hossam Sadek Team Supervisor/Advisor: Professor Terry Sachlos Team: Sara Kashanchi, Gianpaolo Lenard, Sherif Ibrahim, Mubariz Nagi, Sultan Humidan, Daniel Colvin. 🔗Project description: Drug and cell screening-based experiments rely heavily on the culturing techniques carried out within a laboratory. As such, liquid handling is crucial in the procedures […]

YorkU funds 20 new research projects related to COVID-19. Lassonde Professor Marina Freire-Gormaly receives research on microdroplets—the implications for improved HVAC design

TORONTO, May 5, 2020 – York University has awarded $300,000 in research grants to advance 20 new research projects dedicated to Canada’s fight against COVID-19 and its impacts. The University recently announced a $250,000 research fund and call for proposals to support immediate term COVID-19 research projects. Due to the impressive response, the University increased […]