This past summer three computer engineering students who had just completed their first year decided to take advantage of their free time to explore a self assigned project.
News related to engineering
Researchers develop an automated method that can detect a prevalent liver disease at the primary care level.
A Global Health Concern
Not all heroes wear capes, but they do wear armour. Meet Dr. Michele Oliver, a trailblazer from the School of Engineering at the University of Guelph, who is working towards making armour more accommodating for the real-world superheroes - our soldiers. The twist? Her study focuses on determining whether armour needs to be tailored for female soldiers, a long-ignored demographic in military armour design.
When people think of food, they think of farmers, grocery stores and restaurants, they don’t think of engineers. To celebrate Food Day Canada, we asked Dr. Kevin M. Keener, the Barrett Family Foundation Chair in Sustainable Food Engineering, to provide some insight into the relationship between engineering and the foods we enjoy. In response, Dr. Keener, shared the spotlight with a few of his students working in the Sustainable Food Systems Innovation Lab.
To help celebrate International Women in Engineering Day we asked Rylee Davison - 4th Year Biomedical Engineering student to share her story at U of G.
1 – When did you discover your passion for Engineering?
In celebration of International Women in Engineering Day, we connected with U of G engineering graduate Emily Nichols to hear her thoughts on being ‘one of the guys.’
Queen’s Chair for Women in Engineering Heidi Ploeg and University of Guelph counterpart Jana Levison agree engineering climate and retention are forefront issues.
In a profession that prides itself on solving problems, gender equity remains perhaps the most elusive goal for the engineering industry.
That challenge is the reason International Women in Engineering Day is celebrated each year on June 23.
Dr. Manick Annamalai is an Associate Professor at the School of Engineering. His research focus is to “Improve life by improving the availability of safe and healthy food”. His team is developing non-destructive testing systems for biological application, validating imaging protocols, optimizing machine learning procedures, comparing bio-imaging systems with traditional methods for performance and costing, and implementing in real-world food supply system.
We spoke with Co-Presidents of the Guelph EngiQueers, Adrianna Con (She/Her) & Perri Worrell (She/Her), and talked about their club and what they have coming up to celebrate pride month!
Could you tell us a little bit about Guelph EngiQueers and what you do?
This year the University of Guelph, University of Manitoba and the University of Waterloo hosted the second engineering Leadathon as part of a project supported by the D2L Innovation Guild.