In a paper published in Nature Photonics, U of T Engineering researchers report a new solar cell that may pave the way to inexpensive coatings that efficiently convert the sun’s rays to electricity.
Four professors from the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering were awarded research grants by Canada’s Collaborative Health Research Projects (CHRP) program, an initiative of the Natural
Congratulations to the ten U of T engineers inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) today. Professor Elizabeth Edwards (ChemE), along with alumni John Bianchini (ChemE 8T5), Allan
Chlorine is an abundant and readily available halogen gas commonly associated with the sanitation of swimming pools and drinking water. Could a one-atom thick sheet of this element revolutionize the
Three U of T researchers, including two engineering professors, received more than $5 million in funding from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA)
A team of scientists including researchers from the University of Toronto and Princess Margaret Hospital have created an organic nanoparticle that is completely non-toxic, biodegradable and nimble