Research member Thomas Gervais, a full professor in the Department of Engineering Physics at Polytechnique Montreal, and his team have made a name for themselves with a liquid pixel projector to replace robotic pipettors.
Following the publication of a scientific paper on their “pixelated chemical display”, which acts as a sort of miniature liquid projector allowing up to 144 experiments to be performed simultaneously, the jury composed of scientists and science journalists selected their research as a Quebec Science Discovery of the Year 2021.
This invention has the potential to change the way biochemical or biological tests are performed.
Emerging Scientist Award
12 March 2020
Congratulations to Marie-Claude Bourgeois-Daigneault, researcher at the Institute and at the CHUM Research Center, who won the 2020 Future Scientist […]
Anne-Marie Mes-Masson receives the 2020 Acfas Léo-Pariseau Prize
11 December 2020
Anne-Marie Mes-Masson once again distinguished herself by winning the Acfas Léo-Pariseau prize, for the excellence and influence of her research. […]