More than 250 current industry partners are helping to advance U of T Engineering’s research activities and create business solutions with global impact. That’s 250 great reasons to celebrate.
For the better part of six decades, alumnus Donald Dowds (MechE 5T3) has been giving back to U of T Engineering. As a member of multiple awards committees, the host for many student recruitment events
Two thousand metres below the surface of the Pacific Ocean, tiny bacteria survive in near-darkness by harvesting the dim light released from hydrothermal vents. As humans increasingly look to the
Aiming for more than $42,000 in prizes, young U of T entrepreneurs pitching to investors packed their presentations with 3D animations, live classical guitar serenades, product giveaways hidden under
Nearly a week after the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 was destroyed over Ukraine, questions abound over what exactly happened. Writer Jelena Damjanovic spoke to U of T engineering professor Doug
What if you could dim the lights across your entire house without having to buy dimming switches – and save the environment too? Thanks to the latest invention from Nanoleaf, a startup from U of