A new paper outlines a simple, yet powerful model to understand why some water suppliers choose to turn off their supply at certain times — and how we can set smart goals for improvement
Team WETech receives $10,000 to further develop a passive aerator that delivers oxygen to fish ponds
Lia Codrington (Year 3 EngSci) and Natalie Enriquez-Birch (TrackOne) travelled to Iqaluit to meet with youth leaders from Nunavut and across Canada
The UofT chapter of Engineers in Action constructed a 64-metre suspended footbridge over the Gonchu May River in Bolivia.
Former chair of IBBME, currently serving as U of T’s associate vice-president of international partnerships, to start five-year term July 1, 2019
Professor Jonathan Kelly (UTIAS) introduces local university students in Yangon, Myanmar to robotics and self-driving cars in week-long course