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Shedding New Light on Neural Imaging Research

Neural imaging – maps of brain functions – is a primary tool used by researchers hoping to transform the lives of people living with chronic neurological conditions such as epilepsy. At present,

Design the Future: National Engineering Month 2012

National Engineering Month (NEM) is the biggest national celebration of engineering and technology, in which volunteers in each province and territory stage events and activities designed to increase

Engineering Safer Drivers

Professor Birsen Donmez of the Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering wants you to be a better driver. She’s thinking about sending you a report card. Not really — but she is

Professors’ Work Featured in U of T Edge Magazine

Professors Tom Chau (EngSci 9T2, ElecE MASc 9T4) of the Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering (IBBME), Clinton Groth of the University of Toronto’s Institute for Aerospace Studies

IBBME Faculty Honoured for Excellence in Education

Professors Tom Chau and Dr. Albert Yee of the Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering (IBBME) were honoured at a gala ceremony at the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine’s Annual