U of T Engineering alumni set world record for fastest human-powered vehicle — again

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A team founded by U of T Engineering alumni broke their own world record for fastest human-powered vehicle on earth when their bullet-shaped bike reached 142.04 kph

Multidisciplinary research cluster closer to converting CO₂ emissions to fuel

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A multidisciplinary team of MSE and U of T engineers believes they’ve found a way to convert CO2 emissions into energy-rich fuel

MSE Professor Hani Naguib elected to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

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Professor Hani Naguib has been named to the 2016 cohort of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

Prof. Zhirui Wang honoured at the 28th Canadian Materials Science Conference

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Prof. Wang honoured at the Canadian Materials Science Conference

Iron Ring Ceremony 2016

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This past Saturday, the class of 2016 and 2015 + PEY received their iron rings.

Behind the speed—materials engineering & the world’s fastest bike

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Combining pedal power and innovative engineering to break a world record

Undergraduate students make noteworthy contributions to solar energy materials research

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Fourth year thesis on perovskite materials published in the leading journal, AIP Advances

U of T MSE community gather in numbers at the 54th Conference of Metallurgists

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More than 30 scientific papers presented to commemorate the life of Professor Torstein Utigard

Celebrating women of impact: a Q&A with Ursula Franklin

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Q&A with a world-renowned scientist, educator, activist and the first female professor of materials science and engineering at U of T.

Sustainable aviation: How 3D printing makes airplanes more environmentally friendly

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Professors Glenn Hibbard and Craig Steeves are creating lighter, stronger planes