About Chemical Engineering at U of T

U of T regularly ranks as the best university in Canada to study chemical engineering and offers one of the top programs in the world. At the Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, we integrate chemistry, biology and engineering through leading edge research and education to drive solutions for global challenges in energy, the environment and health. Learn more about our vision.

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Lectures at the Leading Edge 2018-19 Schedule Now Available! - Lectures at the Leading Edge is back for the 2018-19 school year with another incredible schedule featuring some of the brightest minds in engineering from around the world! Lectures at the Leading Edge enhance our culture of excellence by providing a rich view of the broad landscape and far-reaching horizons of chemical engineering and applied... Read more »
Large trucks are biggest culprits of near-road air pollution: U of T Engineering study - For the 30 per cent of Canadians who live within 500 metres of a major roadway, a new study reveals that the type of vehicles rolling past their homes can matter more than total traffic volume in determining the amount of air pollution they breathe. A two-year U of T Engineering study has revealed large... Read more »
Engineering research receives over $11 million in NSERC funding - Ten U of T Engineering projects were awarded NSERC Strategic Partnership Grants over three years totaling $11.5 million in funding. Four of these projects are led by ChemE professors: Tim Bender, Cathy Chin, Emma Master and Milica Radisic. Read more.
ChemE alumna named ONWiE Chair - Kim Jones (ChemE 0T3) was recently named Chair of the Ontario Network of Women in Engineering (ONWiE). Jones, a professor with the McMaster Engineering Faculty, comes to this role with a wealth of experience in supporting women in engineering, having previously served as a McMaster Engineering Faculty Leadership Fellow where her focus was diversity. Jones is... Read more »
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