Prof. Jennifer Drake & team’s NSERC CREATE grant success

In nature, one organism’s waste often becomes energy for another. Professor Emma Master (ChemE) wants to apply these same principles to industrial manufacturing. “We can leverage biological processes to recycle carbon and clean water, as well as to upgrade natural materials into diverse and useful products,” she says. “At the end of their life, we can also… Read more »

The search for a cleaner solution to crushing rocks

Whether it’s copper for electric cars, or lithium for cellphones, many everyday technologies and devices are made of or rely… Read more »

Five U of T Engineering professors and alumni receive Ontario Professional Engineers Awards

Five U of T Engineering professors and alumni have been honoured by the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) and… Read more »

U of T student team helps local church achieve sustainability and reduce its energy footprint

With energy costs on the rise, organizations all over Canada are looking to reduce their energy consumption wherever possible —… Read more »

Smart Freight Centre aims to deliver the goods — faster and greener

Leading experts from U of T Engineering, McMaster University and York University are working together to improve — and future-proof… Read more »

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