New cancer-fighting nanoparticles developed at U of T Engineering carry out multiple functions to kill cancer cells while leaving healthy ones alone. They consist of a gold nanorod core (yellow, at
The world is mourning University Professor Emerita Ursula Franklin (MSE), one of Canada’s most accomplished scientists and educators and one of its most renowned feminists and peace activists.
Leading up to International Women’s Day on March 8, U of T Engineering is celebrating some of our remarkable female alumni, students and faculty. These women are inspirational role models
U of T Engineering alumni awarded $5.7 million to produce energy-efficient lighting solutions in Toronto
It’s about to get a whole lot brighter in Toronto thanks to a significant investment from the Canadian government in a U of T Engineering alumnus’ sustainable lighting company. OTI Lumionics,
If you visit the lighting section of your nearest hardware store, chances are you’ll be bombarded by the latest mega-efficient LED bulbs—but to alumnus Michael Helander (EngSci 0T7, MSE PhD 1T2),
Planning a flight during the winter holidays? Sometimes Canada’s frigid winters can leave you waiting in the airport for hours – or even days – longer than you anticipated. One of the biggest