Professor Mohamed Siaj of the Department of Chemistry at UQAM and the NanoQAM research center have just made available to the various academic and industrial players in the fields of nanotechnology a Photo-Induced Force microscope unique in Quebec. This microscope allows simultaneous topographic (AFM) and spectroscopic (PiFM) measurements.
Professor Mohamed Siaj of the Chemistry Department of UQAM and the NanoQAM research center have just made available to the various academic and industrial players in the fields of nanotechnology a new BET instrument allowing measurement of specific surface and porosity of materials.
Au cours des dernières décennies, divers types de matériaux nanométriques ont trouvé une application biomédicale. Les progrès réalisés dans ce domaine doivent en grande partie leur succès au développement d’une vaste gamme de macromolécules.
Professor Mathieu Frenette participated in a Radio-Canada interview to clarify a rumor concerning the risk of fires caused by hydroalcoholic gels in cars.
NanoQAM services will gradually restart from next week. This resumption of activity is carried out in strict compliance with government directives on health and safety.
NanoQAM researchers are involved at various levels in research into the fight against COVI-19. Several of them have notably given interviews to Radio Canada during the last few days on this subject.