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Dec-2014

QReserve launches McMaster’s turn-key research equipment database

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“It’s an online ‘library’ for research equipment that first began in the Biointerfaces Institute (BI), McMaster’s – and Canada’s – premier research facility for developing unique surfaces at the interface of biology and materials. The BI is home to a vast array of high-tech equipment, machines and instrument suites in a shared environment designed to connect researchers and industrial users from multiple disciplines.

Brandon Aubie, a self-described “math geek turned neuroscientist” joined the Institute after completing his PhD here at McMaster and, in an effort to connect more users from both industry and academia to the facility to utilize its many resources, created a website that listed all of the equipment and associated scientific expertise resident in the Biointerfaces Institute.”

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