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.
You’re Next Career Network’s startup Career Expo is designed to give job-hunting students a glimpse into the world of startups
Four startups from The Entrepreneurship Hatchery and Start@UTIAS have received a total of $180,000 from the Ontario Centres of Excellence’s SmartStart Seed Fund. The funding will help the young
This story originally appeared on U of T News Regenerative medicine is the way of the future for Canadian health care, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says, and two new initiatives are helping strengthen
This story is Part 2 of an eight-part series, Global Engineering Impact, running throughout fall 2015. Kinetica is reaching new heights at home and abroad. The company, which designs devices that
U of T Engineering’s Toronto Institute of Advanced Manufacturing (TIAM) takes centre stage at annual Industry Partners Reception
On November 18, the U of T Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering held its annual Industry Partners Reception to thank existing collaborators for their support, guidance and enthusiasm for the