Founded by U of T Engineering researchers in 2011, Nymi uses people's heartbeats as biometric identifiers to log them into iPhones, iPads — and now industrial equipment.
U of T Engineering researchers develop technologies to reduce problem behaviours in people with dementia
Research-industry partnership to premiere first products on December 7 at Baycrest Hospital in Toronto
The company, iMerciv, beat out two other semi-finalists to nab the competition’s $100,000 grand prize with its BuzzClip product.
IBBME Azadeh Kushki and her team designed social-skills coach to help children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Hart Teaching Innovation Professorships: Six innovative ways U of T Engineering enriches the student experience
Awards support active teaching technologies, Indigenous outreach and more
Steadiwear produces a tremor reducing glove, while MyndTec has an electrical stimulation device to help patients with strokes or spinal cord injuries