With the global health crisis, researchers are developing new tools to keep surfaces, personal protective equipment and people clean. This next generation of "clean" tech is in urgent need, with research being quickly deployed and commercialized into new product and technologies to assist frontline workers. Join our discussion as we learn about decontamination research efforts at the University of Toronto, the road to commercialization and deployment, and the most pressing issues facing our national urban transit network as we move into the recovery phase of the Pandemic. This upcoming webinar will be a showcase of research and the important collaborations being developed between industry, researchers and funding partners to make our environment safer, cleaner and more efficient.
- Ramin Farnood, Vice-Dean, Research, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, University of Toronto
- Frank Gu, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto
- Cynthia Goh, Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto
- Graeme Norval, Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry, University of Toronto
- Diane Richard, Founder and President, Diatom Consulting
- Wendy Reuter, Vice-President, Member Value, Canadian Urban Transit Association
- Shatha Qaqish-Clavering, Manager, Business Development and Commercialization, OCE (Moderator)