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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
From top left to right: Manroop Kalsi, Lucas Hilden, Adam Omarali, Serewaya Latif and Samantha Sedran.

The next generation of STEM leaders: Meet U of T Engineering’s 2023 Schulich Leaders

November 8, 2023

In Memoriam – James (Jim) Fennell Keffer (1933-2023)

October 18, 2023

U of T partnership will bring graduate students from South Korea to Toronto for six-month applied AI program

September 30, 2023
Professor Murray Thomson and Lab Members

U of T Engineering professor leads new global collaboration to advance net-zero hydrogen economy

September 26, 2023
LaShawn Murray (MIE PhD candidate) is one of three IBET Momentum Fellows joining U of T Engineering this fall. (Photo: Tyler Irving)

IBET Momentum Fellow LaShawn Murray aims to use human factors engineering to advance health equity for marginalized populations

September 13, 2023

ChatGPT 101: The risks and rewards of generative AI in the classroom

September 13, 2023
U of T Engineering undergraduate students attend a lecture in the Myhal Centre’s Lee and Margaret Lau Auditorium. This fall, students will be able to pursue a certificate in Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering. (Photo: Daria Perevezentsev)

U of T Engineering launches new certificate in Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering

September 2, 2023

Meet the MIE graduate students awarded 2023 Vanier Scholarships

September 1, 2023

New human-centred automation tools could ease stress on overburdened health-care systems

August 31, 2023
Raylene Mitchell Headshot

IBET Momentum Fellow Raylene Mitchell aims to change how engineering is done in northern and Indigenous communities

August 25, 2023

New electrocatalyst improves both stability and efficiency in electrochemical conversion of captured carbon into valuable products

August 22, 2023
Shijie Liu (MIE PhD candidate) works on an electrochemical device in the lab of Professor David Sinton (MIE). Together with their collaborators, the team has developed a new pathway to regenerate the liquids used for carbon capture, improving the efficiency of this emerging technology. (Photo: Tyler Irving)

New electrochemical process could raise the efficiency of capturing carbon directly from air

August 4, 2023

Young Lab receives funding from the Emerging and Pandemic Infections Consortium to advance innovative infectious disease research

July 25, 2023

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