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 »

Full breadth of undergraduate skill on display with the 2019 Capstone Design Poster Fair

Civil Engineering students in Years 2 and 3 had an opportunity to see the hard work and dedication that graduating… Read more »

‘A different kind of family’: Three international students on why they chose U of T Engineering

Each year, hundreds of top students from around the world choose to study at U of T Engineering. International applications… Read more »

Landscaping project revitalizes Galbraith entrance as gathering place

As U of T’s St. George Campus turns green again after a harsh winter, the space in front of the… Read more »

CivMin professor, and alumna receive Engineers Canada Awards

Engineers Canada has recognized Professor Jennifer Drake (CivMin) and alumna Helen Wojcinski (CivMin 8T7) with Engineers Canada Awards. The national awards celebrate engineers who… Read more »

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