A new materials-acceleration platform is one of four U of T Engineering projects funded in the latest round of the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s John R. Evans Leaders Fund
Artificial “skin” sensor could be the future of wearable and stretchable electronics, with applications in wound-healing, gaming and more
This U of T Engineering innovation makes implants safer, and is attracting new investment to Toronto
Global chemical company Evonik will maintain presence in Toronto after acquiring part of U of T spinoff Interface Biologics, Inc.
Using a unique air-casting method, grad student Charlie Katrycz and his team can deliver location-specific heat therapy
U of T Engineering researchers demonstrate that perovskite crystals and quantum dots working together can increase stability of solar materials
Professor Erin Bobicki named a finalist in national challenge to develop an energy-efficient solution for crushing and grinding rocks in the mining industry