News & Features

March 12–16 is Global Engineering Week at U of T Engineering

– From mitigating climate change to enhancing human health, engineers are at the forefront of addressing challenges that transcend borders. In creating novel technologies and innovative approaches, they must ensure that their solutions are appropriate for the needs of local communities ... Read More

High performance: U of T Engineering launches new music minor and certificate

– Music and engineering students at U of T will soon have new ways to combine their passions. Two programs, administered collaboratively by U of T Engineering and the Faculty of Music, are set to launch in September of 2018: a ... Read More

Innovation superclusters: Two future-facing ideas from U of T Engineering

– External partnerships are a cornerstone of U of T Engineering — the Faculty collaborates with more than 300 external companies and organizations each year collaborative research institutes, student-led capstone projects, Professional Experience Year internships and other initiatives. Now, these connections ... Read More

Andrew Forde aims to connect Canadians with a new Idea of North

– Engineering student, musician, entrepreneur and philanthropist Andrew Forde (MSE 1T1, IndE PhD candidate) strives to challenge the status quo with his projects. Now, the multi-talented artist is debuting a new musical composition he designed to reflect modern Canada. Called The Ideas of North, the ... Read More

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Honours & Awards

New joints for arthritis sufferers research project receives Connaught Innovation Award support

– For millions of Canadians with hands gnarled by arthritis, a promising new treatment could see their diseased joints replaced with new tissue-engineered joints developed at the University of Toronto. If testing proves successful, the regenerated joints could mean an end ... Read More

Nine Engineering professors and alumni inducted into the Canadian Academy of Engineering

– Nine members of the U of T Engineering community have been inducted as fellows of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE), including MMS alumni Christopher Pickles and John Young

MSE students and faculty recognized by AIST

– The Association for Iron & Steel Technology acknowledged research done by MSE faculty, undergraduate students, and graduate students in steelmaking and process metallurgy

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