We are constantly on the lookout for new technology and innovation which will drive industries into the future.
The biotechnology sector is one with a number of exciting opportunities for both investors and entrepreneurs and it is always interesting to see what the rest of the world is doing.
In this TEDx Talk, Ulrich Krull talks about the opportunities in the nanotechnology space.
Krull serves as Vice-President at the University of Toronto and Principal at the University of Toronto Mississauga. Ulli can also be found as a leading professor of Analytical Chemistry. His current research explores the use of nanoscale materials and microfluidics chip technologies which can help build devices for the detection of DNA and RNA biomarkers.
Krull is a professor of analytical chemistry at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM). He holds the endowed AstraZeneca Chair in Biotechnology. He presently serves as Vice-President of the University of Toronto, and as the Principal of the UTM campus. He has also held the positions of Dean of Science, Vice-Principal: Research, and Vice-Principal: Special Initiatives. His research work explores biosensors, bioassays, microfluidics and nanomaterials, to create technology with applications in clinical/medical, forensic, agricultural and environmental areas.