A Reeddi power capsule, shown at right, provides affordable and sustainable electricity for short-term needs. A startup created by Olugbenga Olubanjo (CivE MASc 1T9) is piloting the technology in Nigeria. (Photo: Leke Alabi Isama /GGImages /Proof Africa)

Reeddi powers up: CivMin alum’s startup brings portable, renewable electricity to rural areas

A new adjustable multi-dimensional (AMD) loading system will soon be added to U of T Engineering’s Structural Testing Facility. (Image: Myron Zhong)

Disaster-proof: Major CivMin lab upgrade lets engineers design structures that can better withstand earthquakes, hurricanes and tsunamis

A group photo of the University of Toronto team at last year's 2020 Canadian Mining Games competition in Halifax, NS.

U of T fourth at Canadian Mining Games

 study by U of T Engineering researchers found Toronto's temporary cycling infrastructure increased low-stress road access to jobs and food stores by between 10 and 20 per cent, and access to parks by 6.3 per cent (photo by Dylan Passmore)

Toronto’s COVID-19 bike lane expansion boosted access to jobs, retail: U of T study


The UrbanScanner Project: Mobile monitoring of air pollution in cities

Prof. Jeffrey Packer, now sporting a beard during our stay-at-home time.

CivMin’s Prof. Packer to receive Lifetime Achievement Award from AISC

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Three CivMin students receive a University of Toronto Student Leadership Award


Surveying Survey Camp: The Repairs, Renovations and Expansion of Gull Lake

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Toronto’s first-ever Black student-run hackathon returns for third year, going virtual and global

CivMin professors and students honoured by CSCE (top L clockwise): Prof. Khander Habib, Prof. Doug Hooton, Prof. Jeffrey Packer with students x and y, and Prof. Frank Vecchio.

CivMin faculty and students garner CSCE recognition


CivMin’s Prof. Saxe an Innovation at Interfaces award winner

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New engineering firm loaded with alumni is thriving during pandemic