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My knowledge about Canadian pharmaceutical industry is limited. So please consider this information just as a reference.
It seems there is a few R&D work in Canada. Almost of R&D are conducted by American companies. I just connected a guy who graduated from McGill. He told me that he worked for an American company on clone for two years. See, even native Canadian just can work for USA.
In last summer, I have visited some professors from different unversities. All of them claimed that they had some bio-engineering research works.
UoT: emphasizes on bio-material. Their website is outdated. Some professors denied they are working in biotech. The only professor who worked on bacteria was interested in metabolism process. (Personaly, I do not like arrogance of UoT)
Queens: It said there were three professor working on Bio-chemical engineering. But I couldn't find opportunity to talk with them.
McMaster: There are two professors working on bio. "One will retire soon. Another is young and lacks experience" This was what a professor of Mc told me.
As I know, Waterloo has a Bio-chemical Engineering Research Center. I have met the chairman -- Moori Muyoung ( you can check the correct spelling from their webpage) in Beijing in 1997. My boss told me that this guy has bias to Chinese even he has some Chinese bloodline.
My investigation is limited in Department of Chemical Engeering . You can try other departments. In Canada, environment remedy uses extensive biotech.＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞