Prof. Singh and his team modelled a remarkable breakthrough on carbon-based materials!

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Graphene is a single layer of carbon atoms and is widely known to be one of the world’s strongest materials. While it has been proposed for use as a lightweight and high strength material in aircraft, automobiles, and flexible electronics, little is known about how it holds up to repeated mechanical loading, in other words, … Read More

Michael Helander (EngSci 0T7, MSE PhD 1T2) and his team at OTI Lumionics are accelerating materials design with Azure Quantum

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  Dr. Michael Helander, co-founder and CEO of OTI Lumionics, is working with his team to drive down the cost of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) lighting and display manufacturing through innovative materials and materials processing solutions.  They are developing advanced materials—by design—using quantum simulations, machine learning and real-world testing in pilot production. OTI Lumionics has … Read More

Alumnus Phil De Luna (MSE PhD 1T9) featured in the Globe and Mail for his contribution on how science and innovation are advancing the clean economy

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Phil De Luna: Science and innovation advancing the clean economy Canada has established an early leadership position in three significant science and innovation opportunities: carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), hydrogen production for the industrial sector, and artificial intelligence (AI) for energy application, believes Phil De Luna, program director at the National Research Council (NRC) … Read More

Forensic expert, Prof. Doug Perovic, talks about the crash of flight PS752 with THE STAR

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OTTAWA — Canada wants in on Iran’s investigation into the plane crash that killed so many from this country. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made that clear. But questions remain about what Canadian officials will be able to do to ensure there is the “thorough and credible” probe Trudeau has called for, even though Iran … Read More