A U of T Engineering team is using synchrotron light to design improved catalysts for converting CO2 into ethanol, a valuable fuel and commodity chemical.
An international collaboration led by U of T Engineering professor Swetaprovo Chaudhuri leverages fundamental physics to model the aerosol droplets that spread the COVID-19 virus.
U of T Engineering researchers developed a microfluidic device that mimics the environment in which breast cancer cells grow and metastasize.
Five U of T Engineering grad students awarded Vanier Scholarships in recognition of research impact and leadership
Students will each receive $150,000 in support of their doctoral research in areas such as carbon capture and tissue engineering