An international collaboration led by U of T Engineering professor Swetaprovo Chaudhuri leverages fundamental physics to model the aerosol droplets that spread the COVID-19 virus.
U of T Engineering researchers developed a microfluidic device that mimics the environment in which breast cancer cells grow and metastasize.
Professor Leo Chou (IBBME) and his team are investigating a one-step method for detecting genes from viruses, including the one that causes COVID-19
U of T researchers develop ‘piggyback’ vehicle to escape the endosomal trap and deliver RNA therapeutics
Their platform has shown to downregulate critical genes in cancer cells, and could be used for other genetic diseases
The newly launched COVID-19 Protein Manufacturing Centre at U of T will distribute virus proteins to the science community free of cost