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U of T Engineering professor Aimy Bazylak receives a Dorothy Killam Fellowship

April 3, 2024
U of T Engineering research wins first place at MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

U of T Engineering research wins first place at MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

March 28, 2024
Professor Yu Zou and a graduate student with a metal 3D printer (Photo: Neil Ta)

New U of T Engineering facility will enable multidisciplinary researchers to test materials under extreme conditions

March 15, 2024
From left to right: Taleen Kutob (Year 2 IndE) with sisters Dareen Kutob (IndE 1T7 + PEY, MIE MEng 2T2) and Layan Kutob (IndE 1T2 + PEY, MIE MEng 1T4). (Photo courtesy: Layan Kutob)

Why these sisters want women engineering students to hear success stories from accomplished alumnae

March 11, 2024

U of T Engineering professor addresses maternal care disparities for racialized patients in U.S. health care systems

March 6, 2024

MIE Graduate, Peter Serles (PhD 2T4), receives student leadership award for outstanding University volunteerism

March 5, 2024
Professor Yu Zou (MSE) will be leveraging self-driving labs to accelerate his research focused on the development of improved materials for joint replacements. (Photo: Neil Ta)

Acceleration Consortium announces $1.2 million in funding for projects that accelerate scientific discovery

March 1, 2024
Researchers working in the Device Foundry, one of three facilities that are part of the Centre for Research and Applications in Fluidic Technologies (CRAFT). A unique partnership between U of T, the National Research Council of Canada and Unity Health, CRAFT was founded in 2018 and recently had its mandate extended to 2028. (Photo: Dahlia Katz)

CRAFT 2.0: Academic hospital network joins centre for research on microfluidic devices for human health

February 20, 2024
A photo of a therapist meeting with a patient. U of T Engineering undergraduate researchers are working with Professor Michael Guerzhoy (MIE, EngSci) to use AI to help mental health professionals treat speech disfluency. (Photo: Matthew Dochstader)

U of T Engineering students are incorporating AI in treating certain mental health conditions

February 15, 2024

Blues Engineering provides a community-building academic support system for student athletes

January 15, 2024

MIE Research Addresses Reducing Racial/Ethnic Maternal Care Disparities in a Special Issue on Healthcare Equity

January 4, 2024
Professor Eldan Cohen (MIE), a recipient of the Connaught New Researcher Award, aims to develop human-compatible machine learning algorithms for automating source code documentation. (Photo: Submitted

Developer-in-the-loop: Building human-compatible approaches to source code summarization

December 8, 2023
U of T students, faculty, staff, librarians and alumni marked the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women at a memorial led by the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering. (Photo: Lisa Lightbourn)

U of T marks National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

December 7, 2023

New intelligent robotic technologies improve independence for older adults managing activities of daily living

November 27, 2023
The new data-driven framework bypasses the need for a device to analyze the donor milk. (Photo: Rogers Hixon Ontario Human Milk Bank)

How AI could help optimize nutrient consistency in donated human breast milk

November 22, 2023

Engineering soft connective tissues with biomimetic mechanical properties

November 16, 2023

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