MSE News

James Sawyer

Q&A with alumnus, James Sawyer, co-founder of Borealis Clean Energy


MSE Prof. Ben Hatton featured in Fast Company

Doug Perovic

MSE Prof. Doug Perovic featured in Engineering Dimensions

Left: Fish such as tilapia can disperse and collect pigment granules in their skin to change their colour and shading. Right: An optofluidic cell created by U of T Engineering researchers achieves the same effect by mixing two immiscible fluids, one of which contains a dye. (Image credits: left, Richard Wheeler (licensed under Creative Commons); right, Raphael Kay.)

Dynamic building facades inspired by marine organisms could reduce heating, cooling and lighting costs

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be an opportunity for our Japanese visitors to connect with Materials research from across Canada. At the same 
time, it will attract a broader audience for the talks from Tokyo

Annual UT2-Mac joint graduate student workshop held on UofT Campus

CMSC participants one of the keynote talks - photo courtesy of Dian (Jack) Yu)

MSE hosts researchers from around the world during the Canadian Materials Science Conference 2022

CMSC 2022

MSE hosts award-winning lecturers this week during Canadian Materials Science Conference 2022

Prof. Glenn Hibbard at MSE Convocation Reception 2022 (Photo courtesy of Lauren Wotherspoon)

Congratulations to the MSE Class of 2022!

Raunaq Bagchi recieving 1st Prize Poster Award at thge 241st ECN Meeting, Vancouver

MSE graduate student wins top research poster prize

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MSE Team Bikes for Brain Health

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MSE Professor, Jason Hattrick Simpers one of the pioneers of the Student-Led Reproducibility Challenge

Proposed plant layout - first Place cpstone project "Silicon and Energy Recovery from Rice Husks"

Winning projects in 2021-2022 Capstone announced

Edmund Shalhoub (MSE 2T2) came to Canada in 2017 as a Syrian refugee. (Photo: Safa Jinje)

From Syria to Turkey to U of T Engineering: How an MSE student overcame the odds to complete his degree

Thorpe, Steven J.

Prof. Steven Thorpe Named CIM Distinguished Lecturer

Professor Jason Hattrick-Simpers has joined the Department of Materials Science & Engineering. (Photo courtesy Jason Hattrick-Simpers)

Integrating high-throughput and machine learning methods to accelerate discovery of molten salt corrosion-resistant alloys