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Engineering a smarter STEM education

Always dreamed of being a doctor, lawyer or business leader? Try taking physics, math and engineering. Students who score highest on the MCAT – the standardized exam for entry to medical school

Can Plants Teach Us How to Build Better Solar Cells?

What can we learn from plants about making the best use of the sun’s abundant energy? That’s the question underlying an ambitious new research project that has won $1 million in the 2012–13

Semiconductor Conference Comes to U of T

Delegates from around the world came to U of T August 18-23 to to hear about new advances in nanomaterials and photovoltaics at the 25th international conference on amorphous and nanocrystalline semiconductors.

Engineering Researchers Awarded NSERC Grants

Five U of T Engineering researchers are among U of T recipients of Natural Science and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) Strategic Project Grants (SPG) programs announced February 8, 2013. Professors