• Gold Ash!

    Bullets for Cancer

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  • A Great Inventor of Very Small

    Press Interview

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  • Ph.D. Defense

    Congrats Jalal for his Ph.D. Defense, Feb. 2019

  • Inventor

    Congratulates Prof. Packirisamy: U.S. National Academy of Inventors Honours First Ever Quebecer

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Research Happens Here.

S^3 Additive Manufacturing

A method to print impossible to print materials in a couple of seconds

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Cellular Cancer Studies

LSPR LOCs for exosomes based early stage cancer detection

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Tactile Sensing

Minimally invasive surgery in teleoperation

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Lab on Chip

Optical chemical and bio sensors based on the plasmonic nanostructures

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Bio-Nano-Micro Integration

Inter cellular localization of swarna bhsama gold nano particles and the cancer treatment

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Announcements

  • Prof. Packirisamy is on the editorial board of¬†Research, official journal of the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST). Come see our¬†latest articles.
  • Our Research on Gold Ash Highlighted in Montreal Gazette. Feb. 2019 (read more)
  • Congratulations Jalal for his Ph.D. defense, well done! Feb. 2019¬†
  • Well done, Mostapha! Our Lab work is the cover page in Electrophoresis¬†Journal in the Special Microfluidics Issue (read more) Feb. 2019
  • Prof. Packirisamy will join the Fellows Induction Ceremony and the 2019 Annual Meeting of National Academy of Inventors on April 11, 2019 at Space Center Houston in Houston, TX. (read more) Jan. 2019
  • Interview with LA PRESSE+ (read more) Dec. 2018
  • Congratulations Prof. Packirisamy for being the first Quebecer to be the member of US National Academy of Inventors (read more) Dec. 2018
Lab-on-a-chip researcher honoured by Royal Society of Canada
Could gold ash be a magic bullet for treating cancer?
U.S. National Academy of Inventors honours first-ever Quebecer
A GREAT INVENTOR OF THE VERY SMALL