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Environment - Materials Science - 21.02.2024
Outstanding plastic waste research earns prestigious Polanyi Prize

Physics - Materials Science - 15.02.2024
Funding for Western nuclear energy projects fuels a safe future
Funding for Western nuclear energy projects fuels a safe future
Researchers Hamidreza Abdolvand and Samantha Gateman are studying safe production and used fuel storage for small modular reactors Small modular reactors (SMRs) are considered the future of nuclear energy because they are smaller and more importantly, safer.

Materials Science - Physics - 17.11.2023
12 Waterloo researchers make Highly Cited Researchers 2023 list
Each researcher selected has authored multiple papers which rank in the top 1 per cent by citations for their field(s) Office of Research Ten University of Waterloo faculty members have been named on the annual Highly Cited Researchers(TM) 2023 list from Clarivate.

Materials Science - Innovation - 01.11.2023
Students compete to advance EV power
Waterloo team takes on Battery Workforce Challenge to advance vehicle electrification By Nicola Kelly Faculty of Engineering A team from the University of Waterloo has won a place in the Battery Workforce Challenge.

Materials Science - Transport - 13.06.2023
Researchers turn black bitumen into green carbon fibres
Researchers turn black bitumen into green carbon fibres
Science, Health & Technology Lillienne Zen Bitumen, the sticky product from Alberta's oil sands, is normally burned as fuel or gets a second life as asphalt pavement.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 16.05.2023
Paving the way for electric vehicle adoption
As automobile manufacturers continue their pivot to electric vehicles (EVs), the days of the internal combustible engine are ending - and sooner than you think.

Environment - Materials Science - 22.03.2023
Global experts propose a path forward in generating clean power from waste energy
Global experts propose a path forward in generating clean power from waste energy
Simon Fraser University professor Vincenzo Pecunia has led a team of more than 100 internationally-recognized scientists in creating a comprehensive -roadmap- to guide global efforts to convert waste energy into clean power.

Materials Science - Innovation - 16.03.2023
Researcher's startup receives federal support to make solar-energy-control windows
Researcher’s startup receives federal support to make solar-energy-control windows
University of Toronto researcher  Nazir Kherani  and his collaborators at the startup  3E Nano Inc  have one goal: to design the perfect window.

Materials Science - Environment - 09.03.2023
University of Toronto partners with Vale Energy Transition Metals to accelerate sustainable mining solutions
University of Toronto partners with Vale Energy Transition Metals to accelerate sustainable mining solutions

Chemistry - Materials Science - 05.12.2022
'No small feat': University of Toronto's Anatole von Lilienfeld is using AI to explore the vastness of 'chemical space'
’No small feat’: University of Toronto’s Anatole von Lilienfeld is using AI to explore the vastness of ’chemical space’

Innovation - Materials Science - 18.11.2022
Startup's tech could put an end to unsightly screen 'notches' on smartphones
Startup’s tech could put an end to unsightly screen ’notches’ on smartphones

Innovation - Materials Science - 18.10.2022
Wondering ’why’ and ’what if’

Materials Science - Chemistry - 03.10.2022
To help meet global EV demand, researchers develop sustainable method of recycling older lithium-ion batteries
To help meet global EV demand, researchers develop sustainable method of recycling older lithium-ion batteries
A University of Toronto researcher has developed a new technique to help recycle the metals in lithium-ion batteries, which are in high demand amid surging global sales of electric vehicles.

Health - Materials Science - 22.09.2022
'Sputtertron', among latest CFI-funded University of Toronto projects, could help develop new materials for a greener economy
’Sputtertron’, among latest CFI-funded University of Toronto projects, could help develop new materials for a greener economy

Materials Science - Campus - 21.06.2022
Printing with wet clay

Materials Science - Research Management - 09.06.2022
Funding the future of 2D materials

Materials Science - Life Sciences - 18.05.2022
Chemical engineering professors named University Research Chairs

Materials Science - Chemistry - 19.04.2022
Audrey Laventure, the researcher who 3D-prints multifunctional materials
Audrey Laventure, the researcher who 3D-prints multifunctional materials

Materials Science - Health - 12.01.2022
Pioneering Queen’s chemistry gets $24M boost to advance coatings that preserve metals from deteriorating

Environment - Materials Science - 12.01.2022
Federal government announces 17 Canada Research Chairs for McGill
Federal government announces 17 Canada Research Chairs for McGill

Materials Science - Environment - 07.01.2022
Bioinnovation partnership: University of Toronto Engineering and Ford Canada introduce new, sustainable automotive material
Bioinnovation partnership: University of Toronto Engineering and Ford Canada introduce new, sustainable automotive material

Materials Science - Innovation - 06.01.2022
Building a smart cloud-based battery management system

Materials Science - Health - 22.12.2021
Coating surfaces with a thin layer of copper has the potential to kill the virus causing COVID-19 faster
Preparing for an online start to the winter term: for more information. Engineering research team tested coatings that were 1,000 times thinner than a human hair Researchers have discovered that using a thin-film coating of copper or copper compounds on surfaces could enhance copper's ability to inactivate or destroy the SARS-CoV-2 virus responsible for COVID-19.

Materials Science - Chemistry - 09.12.2021
Stretchy, washable battery brings wearable devices closer to reality
Stretchy, washable battery brings wearable devices closer to reality
Science, Health & Technology Lou Corpuz-Bosshart UBC researchers have created what could be the first battery that is both flexible and washable.

Materials Science - Environment - 22.06.2021
Materials innovation driving next-gen EV batteries
Materials innovation driving next-gen EV batteries