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Apr 2014
Apr, 16 Stiffness: a new piece of the breast cancer puzzle
 A recent study in Nature Medicine shares new insights on some cancers
Apr, 16 U of T Engineering students recognized at 20th annual Cressy Awards
 Seventeen students applauded for outstanding leadership
Apr, 15 Health grants advance research in dental disease and cancer therapy
 Two new Collaborative Health Research Projects (CHRPs) address wide-ranging health concerns
Apr, 15 From the mysteries of the knuckleball to perfecting sales pitches
 Engineering students share new ideas at this year’s MIE Design, Research & Innovation Showcase
Apr, 10 Mapping robots, surgery aids, pollution apps and more at Engineering Design Fair
 Crowds flood the Bahen atrium to see ECE students’ capstone projects
Apr, 10 Engineering U of T’s best athletes
 Three engineering students recognized for outstanding athletic performance
Apr, 09 Engineering professor wins Killam Prize for new laser applications
 Professor Andreas Mandelis (MIE) recognized for contributions to fields ranging from healthcare engineering to manufacturing
Apr, 09 Could live-streaming black box data help prevent another Flight MH370 disaster?
 Professor Doug Perovic (MSE) shares his forensics engineering expertise with CBC and Global News
Apr, 01 "Asia's richest philanthropist," major Silicon Valley firm invest in engineering alumni's Nanoleaf light bulb
 Quirky-looking and eco-friendly bulbs win new support
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