From left: Carlos Filipe, Matthew Miller, Ali Ashkar and Vincent Leung — the research team who, in 2019, developed a vaccine-delivery platform that does not require refrigeration

Distributing vital vaccines–without refrigeration

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Last year when a multidisciplinary team of McMaster researchers created a viable new vaccine-delivery platform that does not rely on refrigeration, they hoped it might help get life-saving vaccines to remote locations.

That mission has taken on urgent new importance as the world races to halt the COVID-19 pandemic and new vaccines begin to roll out….

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