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Sheardown Lab and Ripple Therapeutics recognized in Nature for testing and validating new drug delivery method

June 15, 2021 /  Department News

Sheardown Lab and Ripple Therapeutics recognized in Nature for testing and validating new drug delivery method

A new drug delivery system for patients with eye disease, developed by Ripple Therapeutics and validated pre-clinically in partnership with The Sheardown Lab, has been featured in the latest issue of Nature Communications.

Class of 2021 Provost Honour Roll List

May 25, 2021 /  Department News

Class of 2021 Provost Honour Roll List

Class of 2021 Graduates Awarded with Provost Honours Achievement

In the Media: Future COVID-19 vaccines might not have to be kept so cold

May 3, 2021 /  Department News

In the Media: Future COVID-19 vaccines might not have to be kept so cold

Carlos Filipe, chemical engineer at McMaster University, and his colleagues are featured in this National Geographic story for his work testing sugary recipes for drying vaccines.

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