Three U of T Engineering startups — MedTek Devices, Pillsy and MedChart — are addressing important challenges, from managing medical information to detecting falls among the elderly.
Professors Kamran Behdinan (MIE), Doug Hooton (CivE), Hugh Liu (UTIAS), and Heather MacLean (CivE), along with alumnus Marc Rosen (MechE 8T1, MASc 8T3, PhD 8T7) have been recognized by the Engineering
Earlier this month, U of T Engineering welcomed its two newest faculty members. They join a dynamic community, producing world-leading research in their areas of expertise while inspiring and nurturing
A team of U of T Engineering alumni and students has created the fastest human-powered vehicle on earth — a bicycle that reached a top speed of 139.45 kilometres per hour (86.65 miles per hour)
This week, U of T Engineering received $16.9 million from the Government of Ontario to advance 13 innovative research projects. Awarded through the Ontario Research Fund (ORF), three of the most significant
Three U of T Engineering professors receive Early Researcher Awards to address distracted driving, noisy landings and cancer
Three U of T Engineering professors have received Early Researcher Awards from the Government of Ontario. The ERAs provide as much as $140,000 for promising early-career scientists and engineers to