Project Details


Demonstrating integration of an existing digital microfluidic aerosol collection technology with an isothermal amplification assay. Determine whether isothermal amplification is a possible candidate for a worn, portable or vehicle mounted biological agent detection system.
To provide equipment, consumables and staff to support the testing of UH aerosol collection technology in a bio-aerosol chamber in Canada as part of a new collaboration with DRDC.
Effective start/end date1/09/201/04/22


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