This project strives to identify some of the key water borne pathogens in Indian and Canadian water bodies, and to deploy a novel nanoparticle-based water treatment
This project aims to develop a novel detection technology that is suitable for routine monitoring at low-resource setting.
This project aims to study the type and appropriateness of water and waste water technologies available to cities and towns in India and to improve decision making within governments
This project aims to develop a high-rate water treatment system for rural and remote regions and communities.
This project strives to develop a rapid and robust sensor technology to identify Cryptosporidium, a pathogen found in water in Canada and India.
This project will develop a low cost sensor that can easily determine the effect of chlorine as a disinfection strategy for highly contaminated water.
This project will develop a handheld device to detect E-Coli in water and help communities understand when drinking water is contaminated.
This project is aiming to bring cleaner water to communities in desparate need. The project helps train people in maintaining their own equipment.
This project is aiming to bring cleaner water to communities through the creation of an easy-to-use device to detect harmful bacteria. The device uses colour differentiation to communicate safety