Household water pumps are a quirky feature of many urban water systems around the world. Utility operators hate them, and in many places they have been made illegal, yet their use remains widespread.
Anastasia Korolj earns Schmidt Science Fellowship to advance interdisciplinary tissue engineering research
Korolj’s work on tissue engineering of kidney cells has led to a fellowship worth US$100,000 per year, to be applied to postdoctoral studies at the institution of her choice
Canada’s top-ranked engineering school is now 18th in the world
An experimental study carried out by an international team of engineers and physicists has added more evidence for the value of triple-layer masking to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and similar
The “first-principles approach” is the result of a collaboration between researchers in Canada, the U.S. and India
More than 50 U of T Engineering Science students are completing research projects remotely this year