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
Before joining U of T Engineering as an Associate Professor this month, Howe spent nearly 20 years in industry, working on advanced materials and imaging methods