A biomaterial discovery yields better control over drug release profiles in implants.
For 15 years, University Professor Molly Shoichet (ChemE, IBBME) and her students have celebrated PhD candidates who successfully defend their theses by unveiling a white coat with their name and
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.
Cohesys, a startup that makes biodegradable 'bone tape' to help heal facial fractures, recently took home US$20,000 at an international competition
Connaught Innovation Awards recognize promising technologies from seven U of T Engineering researchers
Professors from ChemE, ECE, IBBME and MIE received funding to pursue innovations with strong socio-economic or commercial potential
U of T Engineering students help develop the Fian Bar, an interactive device that guides users through the stages of handwashing