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A university-industry partnership in Canada is developing a low-cost fix for self-driving wheelchairs

Since its invention, the wheelchair has seen barely any technological improvements. Here’s how artificial intelligence experts at the University of Toronto and Cyberworks Robotics are changing all that.

Getting a Job after University

Ensuring that students get a job after higher studies means institutions of higher education will have to be increasingly flexible and demand-driven in order to survive and grow, say Canadian and American representatives from college and university associations.

8 Simple Steps to Obtaining a Canadian Study Permit

BrainGain magazine brings you a step-by-step guide to obtaining a study permit in Canada.

Here's how to survive life outside university in Canada

Here are a few dos and don'ts for international students in Canada which will make life outside classroom much easier.

Winners of Canada's Education Marketing Strategy Competition 2014

Twelve teams, one big prize - here are the winners of a 10-day study trip to Canada

What it takes to study nanotechnology

February 23, 2019 |
Professor Ted Sargent is Vice President – International, at the University of Toronto, Canada, and a professor in the university's Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. In an exclusive interview with BrainGain Magazine on Monday, March 27, 2017, he spoke about how he became interested in nanotechnology, how nano devices are created, and why engineering students should think like both engineers and entrepreneurs. Prof. Sargent also spoke about the role that students play in cutting-edge research, the value of a PhD in today's job market, and the academic, geographic and financial benefits of studying at the University of Toronto.

'Creative destruction fits well with the spirit and nature of our work'

Engineer, economist and business studies professor Ajay Agrawal explains how the University of Toronto’s Creative Destruction Lab helps campus innovators commercialize research breakthroughs.

"The interest in autonomous driving is exploding," Toronto professor on the university′s latest online offering

Are you an engineering student? Here’s a course that can help you turn science fiction into fact!

Surge in interest in Canadian universities after Trump's win

College applications from foreign students are up ahead of a key January 2017 enrollment deadline at major Canadian universities.

15th annual student trading competition kicks off at the Rotman School of Management, Toronto

The Rotman International Trading Competition has grown to include participation each year by teams from 52 different universities spanning the globe and spawned two regional Rotman trading competitions in South Korea and Italy

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