Whether it refers to the environment, a start-up business or somebody’s wallet, the term sustainability has become a buzzword of the 21st century. But in areas like Dhaka, Bangladesh – where a
Thirteen members of the U of T Engineering community were inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE) on June 20, during the CAE Annual Meeting in Montreal. Faculty members honoured were:
Professor Yu-Ling Cheng (ChemE), Director of the Centre for Global Engineering(CGEN), has been recognized by the University of Toronto with a Distinguished Professor Award. Established in 2009,
At a one-day conference held at the Bahen Centre for Information Technology April 22, researchers from across the University of Toronto came together to discuss an issue of global proportions: health.
National Engineering Month (NEM) is the biggest national celebration of engineering and technology. Across Canada, engineering schools and volunteers stage more than 500 events and activities to bring
Chakameh Shafii (MechE MASc 1T4) is offering a word to the WISE for female engineering students and new graduates: Join us for a weekend of innovation at the first-ever Women in Science and Engineering