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Education in innovation: U of T Engineering grad’s startup experience gives him leg up during job hunt

June 22, 2018 – Anston Emmanuel (MechE 1T7+PEY) is about to start a coveted job as an active safety controls development engineer at automotive giant General Motors – a position he secured, strange as it sounds, thanks in part to an unsuccessful effort to launch a biomedical startup at The Entrepreneurship Hatchery. Though the startup in question – based around … Read More

MIE Grads to Watch: This student hopes to alleviate energy and water crises in marginalized communities around the world

June 19, 2018 – On June 19, MIE faculty and staff are proud to see a new crop of students receive their degrees at Convocation Hall. As these newest engineering alumni go on to contribute to our society in a myriad of ways, here are the stories of just some of the many promising students … Read More

MIE Grads to Watch: These students turned a capstone project into a career launching pad

June 18, 2018 – On June 19, MIE faculty and staff are proud to see a new crop of students receive their degrees at Convocation Hall. As these newest engineering alumni go on to contribute to our society in a myriad of ways, here are the stories of just some of the many promising students who … Read More

MIE Grads to Watch: From fluid mechanics to finance, this student wants to conquer it all

June 15, 2018 – On June 19, MIE faculty and staff are proud to see a new crop of students receive their degrees at Convocation Hall. As these newest engineering alumni go on to contribute to our society in a myriad of ways, here are the stories of just some of the many promising students … Read More

MIE Grads to Watch: Students use AI to invent a novel way to recommend books

June 14, 2018 – On June 19, MIE faculty and staff are proud to see a new crop of students receive their degrees at Convocation Hall. As these newest engineering alumni go on to contribute to our society in a myriad of ways, here are the stories of just some of the many promising students … Read More

The latest advances in lab-on-a-chip takes centre stage at OOAC

June 6, 2018 – From paper-based microfluidic biosensors for disease diagnostics, to developing large tissue regeneration: U of T was the hub for knowledge sharing on microfluidics, from May 24-25. The 13th annual Ontario-on-a-chip (OOAC) Symposium featured talks and poster presentations on the latest advancements in microfluidics and lab-on-a-chip technologies. The symposium was organized by … Read More

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