The competition invites teams of up to 4 students to choose an important industry problem, and thoroughly research its history, scope, and impact, before pitching the findings to a panel of judges on November 14th to compete for a share of up to $30,000 in funding. To learn more and apply online, visit The Problem Lab website.
Co-operative Education and The Problem Lab are pleased to offer students on their work term the opportunity to win a First Prize Tuition Scholarship of $1,500 or Second Prize Tuition Scholarship of $750, applicable to your next academic term. The Co-op Problem Lab Award is earned by providing the best analysis of an important problem relevant to a co-op employer or the employer’s industry.
You are invited to attend Majd Tabbara's MASc oral exam, where they will discuss their research into the environmental costs and benefits associated with the conversion of already-captured CO2 into final chemicals or energy products.
The Chemical Engineering Department will be hosting a special undergraduate lecture on DNA and its use in biomedical engineering by Dr. Naiwen Cui, from Harvard University's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.
You are welcome to join the Department of Chemical Engineering on Wednesday, September 11, for a seminar on droplet-based microfluidics for high throughput biological applications by Dr. Naiwen Cui, from Harvard University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.