January 30, 2019 | By Tyler Irving

These AI experts want to teach you how to program a self-driving car

UTIAS professors Steven Waslander and Jonathan Kelly launch a series of online courses on engineering autonomous vehicles through the Coursera platform


As founder and CEO of Managing Life, Tahir Janmohamed (Skoll CompE 0T4 + MBA 0T6) helps chronic pain sufferers regain control over their lives. (Photos courtesy Managing Life) January 29, 2019 | By Tyler Irving

U of T alumni startup uses digital technology to manage chronic pain

As founder and CEO of Managing Life, Tahir Janmohamed (Skoll CompE 0T4 + MBA 0T6) helps chronic pain sufferers regain control over their lives


January 28, 2019 | By Jessica MacInnis

Toward a future quantum Internet

All-photonic quantum repeaters could lead to a faster, more secure global quantum Internet


The creators of the Fian Bar, from left: Michael Wu, Parham Chinikar, Marawan Gamal and Luke Kyne (Photo: Erin Howe) January 25, 2019 | By Erin Howe

How to wash your hands: U of T startup aims to solve major health-care problem

U of T Engineering students help develop the Fian Bar, an interactive device that guides users through the stages of handwashing


January 24, 2019 | By Tyler Irving

U of T Engineering researchers design ‘training gym’ for lab-grown heart cells

The BioWire II platform advances drug development and personalized medicine by growing and analyzing human heart tissue in real time


The WISE team is gearing up for the annual two-day conference, which promotes opportunities for women in STEM, develops leadership and technical skills and builds a supportive community for women pursuing careers in engineering. [Photo: WISE] January 23, 2019 | By Erica Rae Chong

Catalysts for change: U of T Engineering hosts WISE National Conference 2019

Seventh annual STEM conference features a multitude of panels, a career fair and various workshops and competitions