The Shape of Fluid

How microfluidic technologies help overcome male infertility

Dr. Nosrati, an NSERC post-doctoral Fellow in Prof. Carlos Escobedo’s group, focuses on microfluidic technologies to develop innovative tools for a wide range of biomedical research.

CHEE 371 class takes field trip to Ravensview Wasterwater Treatment Plant

From Waste to Water

On March 28th, a small group of graduate and undergraduate students in Chemical Engineering visited the Ravensview Wastewater Treatment Plant located east of Kingston, Ontario.

Spectra Plasmonics

Two Chem Eng PhD candidates have developed a novel, highly sensitive chemical detection technology

Two Queen’s University PhD candidates have developed a novel, highly sensitive chemical detection technology, thanks in part to a unique nanofabrication environment created by Queen’s University and CMC Microsystems.

Complete Engineer

Complete Engineer

Complete Engineer

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