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Molly Shoichet Wins Society for Biomaterials Clemson Award

The Society for Biomaterials, a professional society that promotes advances in biomedical materials research and development, has named Professor Molly Shoichet (ChemE, IBBME) the recipient of this

New CFI Grants Benefit Three Engineers

Three assistant professors from U of T Engineering are among 17 researchers at the University of Toronto who are benefiting from new funding announced today by the Canada Foundation for Innovation

Meet Engineering’s 2011 Vanier Scholars

Four graduate students from the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering are among the 167 individuals named recipients of Canada’s prestigious Vanier Graduate Scholarship this year. The scholarships,

Professor Comments on Engineering Breakthrough

University Professor Michael Sefton (ChemE 7T1) provides expert comment on an engineering breakthrough developed by MIT researchers that could possibly lead to better drug delivery and artificial

Producing Plastics from Plant

It’s difficult to dispose of traditionally produced plastics in a sustainable manner. However, thanks to the work of researchers like U of T Engineering’s Professor Emma Master (ChemE), new options