Professor Craig Simmons (MIE, IBBME) has been elected into the American Institute for Medical & Biological Engineering’s (AIMBE) College of Fellows, one of the profession’s highest distinctions. (Photo: Neil Ta). April 9, 2018 | By Luke Ng

Craig Simmons elected fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering

U of T professor of mechanical and biomedical engineering receives one of the highest international distinctions in the profession


U of T Engineering’s CERT team, led by Alex Ip (ECE PhD 1T5, second from left) is one of just five teams from academia and industry to advance to the finals of the international NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE competition, where they hope to bring home the $7.5-million grand prize for their carbon-capture and conversion technology. (Credit: Laura Pedersen). April 9, 2018 | By Marit Mitchell

CERT team advances to finals of Carbon XPRIZE

Multidisciplinary group led by Professors Ted Sargent and David Sinton among five vying for $7.5-million grand prize for capturing and recycling carbon dioxide


Then-electrical engineering student Dr. Donald Studney (ElecE 6T3, IBBME MASc 6T7, MD 7T0), sits at his first amateur radio station in 1961. (Courtesy: Donald Studney) April 9, 2018 | By Jessica MacInnis

On the air: From Hart House to Vimy Ridge

A passion for amateur radio took alumnus Dr. Donald Studney from the Hart House Amateur Radio Club in the 1960s to Vimy Ridge in 2017 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the First World War battle


Professor Nikolai DeMartini develops new strategies to help pulp and paper mills deal with contaminants such as salts and metals in their processes. (Photo: Tyler Irving) April 6, 2018 | By Tyler Irving

U of T Engineering receives three new NSERC Industrial Research Chairs

Partnerships with leading companies will advance research into pulp and paper, automotive components and rock mechanics


From right: George Myhal (IndE 7T8), Dean Cristina Amon and Rayla Myhal. As the finishing touches are made on the eight-storey building ahead of its official opening on April 27, George and Rayla Myhal have bolstered their commitment to engineering innovation and entrepreneurship with a generous gift that will name the new building in their honour. April 5, 2018 | By Engineering Strategic Communications

Myhal family champions next-generation engineering innovation and entrepreneurship

George and Rayla Myhal have bolstered their commitment to U of T Engineering with another generous gift that will name the Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship in their honour


April 3, 2018 | By Liz Do

Modular labs installed on U of T Engineering rooftop enable building science research

State-of-the-art Twin Suites Rooftop Lab will be home to research conducted by Professors Marianne Touchie (MIE, CivMin), Kim Pressnail and Jeffrey Siegel (both CivMin)