Professor Nima Tabatabaei featured in CBC

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Professor Nima Tabatabaei was recently featured in Radio-Canada for his cannabis detection research for developing a new device to detect the presence of cannabis in the body.

The technology uses a laser and a small infrared camera which measures the level of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in one’s saliva.

According to the engineers that worked on this project, the device will cut down on test result time down to less than ten minutes while providing more precise results.

Read the full Radio-Canada article here.

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