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ABOUT THE CBB
History of the CBB
The CBB was created
in 2001 to promote excellence in research in nanostructured biorecognition
systems. These systems are used in the development of diagnostic tools
for medical, agricultural and environmental applications. It was awarded
$370,000/year over 6 years by FQRNT in January 2001.The CBB has an interdisciplinary
research which probes the potential and the limits in the exploration
of biology through the tools and processes of bioengineering. The CBB
is committed to disseminating their discoveries to students, postdoctoral
fellows and research staff and to help educate a new breed of scientist
spanning the fields of engineering, biology and physical sciences.
Creation and innovation in nanostructured biorecognition systems and biomaterials being used in diagnostic tools for medical, agricultural and environmental applications to (1) Quantify biological processes and (2) Monitor biological activities at cellular and sub cellular levels.
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