Posts Categorized: Graduate Studies

Recovering nickel from mining waste

The mining industry in northern Ontario, particularly in Sudbury, has been the economic backbone of this region. As the mining operations generate profits, they also produce large amounts of waste in the form of pyrrhotite tailings, which has become an…

Congratulations 2021-2022 PhD, MASc, and MEng graduates!

2021-2022 PhD, MASc, and MEng graduates: Ishita Aggarwal, Khaled Alnahdi, John Joseph Naguib Anawati, Maryam Arefmanesh, Ali Ashraf Riahi, Michelle Begin-Major, Aya Benotmane, Chiara Bostock, Mark Boyd, Samantha Lee Cheung, Chengyuan Chu, Mainak Das, Nadia Davoudvandi, Stephen Dawe, Noel Devaere,…

PhD student wins a national forestry award

In advance of World Environment Day, Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is proud to announce the inaugural winners of the Chisholm Awards for Innovation in Forestry, a national competition which recognizes youth leadership and innovative research developments in the…

ChemE Awards 2021-22

The 5th ChemE Exhibition & 36th Dinner on May 27, 2022 brought together close to 300 alumni, industry partners, faculty, staff, and students to celebrate the achievements of the past year. Congratulations to all of our 2021-22 ChemE Award recipients!…

Recovering a crucial and non-renewable resource from wastewater

Phosphorous (P) is a critical component of biological processes. Yet, its over-enrichment in water bodies, known as eutrophication, can have detrimental effects on aquatic ecosystems. As a non-renewable resource with no known alternatives, it is important to recover P from…

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