Household water pumps are a quirky feature of many urban water systems around the world. Utility operators hate them, and in many places they have been made illegal, yet their use remains widespread.
This low-cost smart sensor can help optimize interventions to improve water quality and public health
Data gathered from large-scale field trials can indicate which technologies or social interventions provide maximum benefit
Comparing COVID-19 mitigation strategies worldwide: Passion for complex global challenges drives alumna’s fellowship project
U of T Engineering grad Marie Floryan was among the 2020 recipients of the Engineering for Change Fellowship, which empowers students and early-career engineers to apply their skills in a global context
Adriana Diaz Lozano Patino is among a growing number of women scholars, students and researchers whose work is pushing the boundaries of traditionally male-dominated STEM fields
U of T Engineering student team travelled to Cerro Azul, Costa Rica as part of a fourth-year capstone project
Project supported by CGEN aims to overcome challenges associated with intermittent and contaminated water supply