Professor Baher Abdulhai, seen here with civil engineering undergraduate students Andrew Lau and Marie-Sophie Wint, has created a new research centre dedicated to studying the impact of transformative transportation systems, from car sharing to self-driving vehicles. (Photo: Neil Ta). May 26, 2017 | By Tyler Irving

Driverless cars, artificial intelligence and e-sharing are transforming transportation. Are our cities ready?

U of T Engineering transportation research institute aims to model the impact of self-driving cars, car-sharing and other transportation innovations

May 25, 2017 | By Geoffrey Vendeville

One small step for man, one giant leap for these U of T Engineering students

NASA advised U of T mechanical and chemical engineering students on research to extend a mission to Mars

Shreya Shukla (third from right) meets stem cell pioneer James Till (second from right), as he tours the laboratory of Peter Zandstra (right) in July 2015. Also pictured are graduate students Jennifer Ma (front) and Nimalan Thavandiran (left). (Photo: James Poremba). May 25, 2017 | By Jovana Drinjakovic

U of T Engineering research paves way for an off-the-shelf supply of cells for immunotherapy

Two new papers led by U of T Engineering grad students could lead to new cell therapies for boosting patients’ immune systems against disease, and for cancer immunotherapy, in which immune cells can be engineered to attack tumours

May 24, 2017 | By Tyler Irving

Grads to Watch: Meet 14 global engineering leaders

Having enriched the U of T Engineering community as undergraduate and graduate students, these aspiring engineers will transition into our vibrant, global network of Skule™ Alumni

May 23, 2017 | By Jamie Hunter

U of T Engineering’s Claire Kennedy elected chair of Governing Council

Claire Kennedy (ChemE 8T9) has been elected as the new chair of the University of Toronto Governing Council

May 19, 2017 | By Engineering Strategic Communications

Go North inspires more than 1,200 future innovators

Massive one-day STEM celebration encouraged students from across the Greater Toronto Area to look under the hood of their favourite technologies, from robots to roller coasters