A new study from Professor Marianne Hatzopoulou (CivMin) suggests that each electric car in Toronto could provide nearly $10,000 worth of social benefits by improving air quality.
A collaboration between U of T Engineering and Carnegie Mellon University has produced a record-setting catalyst for CO2-to-ethylene conversion
U of T Engineering spinoff receives support from Breakthrough Energy Solutions Canada to upgrade waste carbon
Funding will support commercialization of a new technology to transform CO2 into commercially valuable products
U of T Engineering researchers develop enhanced device to transform CO2 into valuable chemicals 10 times faster than previous versions
Improved catalyst transforms renewable electricity and waste CO2 into ethylene, one of the world’s most widely-used commodity chemicals
Reconciliation through Engineering Initiative to improve transportation and housing in Indigenous communities
Indigenous leaders, U of T researchers begin collaborations to mitigate indoor mould and improve air transportation of food and goods in Northern Ontario