Seed funding will advance an electrochemical process that can capture CO2 directly from air
Researchers from U of T Engineering have developed a new pathway to convert CO2 captured with liquid amines into higher-value products, from fuel to plastics
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
The Ontario government has invested $833,000 to support a team of U of T researchers trying to turn carbon into something useful for the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE
A team of U of T researchers led by Professor Ted Sargent had advanced to the second round of the NRG COSIA Carbon XPRIZE international competition.