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Welcome to CAMaR...

CAMaR is a new centre that builds on a collaborative research, education and training base at the University of Ottawa's Centre for Research and Innovation in Catalysis (CCRI), the Centre for Research in Photonic (CRP) and the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute. CAMaR aims to bring together different sets of research skills leading to collective learning and innovation, thus addressing the challenge of creating new materials, with a focus on applications that can address environmental concerns and those that can Provide new strategies for health sciences.

Our Vision

Our vision of CAMaR is to bring together different sets of competencies for research leading to collective learning and innovation, addressing the challenge of creating new materials, characterizing them and using them, on applications that can address environmental concerns, such as green chemistry and those that can provide new strategies for health sciences. 

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CAMaR dedicates a week to the Health Sciences!!!

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Biomaterials Training & Workshop

 June 17th to 20th, 2019

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Research

Our objective can be separated into four main areas: Light-matter Interactions; Environment, Energy & Sustainability; Biophotonics; and Health & DiagnosticsFind out more...

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Opportunities

CAMaR is equipped with cutting-edge technology available to those who pursue their graduate studies at our centre in uOttawa. Find out more...

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Members

CAMaR reunites researchers from different fields including: Medicine, Engineering and Science. Find out more...

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Facilities

CAMaR’s infrastructure includes new laboratory space in the Advanced Research Complex at uOttawa, that benefitted from a $16.4M grant from the Canada Foundation for Innovation for the project “Advanced Materials: From Designer Molecules to Transformative Devices”, led by Tito Scaiano. Find out more...

Centre for Advanced Materials Research

Centre de recherche sur les matériaux avancés