UT College of Engineering News

Archive for January, 2021

Chemical Engineering Student Pushes Through Loss, Hardship to Graduate | | UToledo News

While Eleanor Ajoku’s story ends in triumph — her graduating in December with a chemical engineering degree — the significant personal challenges she overcame

Source: Chemical Engineering Student Pushes Through Loss, Hardship to Graduate | | UToledo News


UToledo Medical Student Part of National Institutes of Health Yearlong Research Program | | UToledo News

UToledo medical student Rajit Banerjee is taking his research interests to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) this year. Banerjee, a UToledo bioengineering

Source: UToledo Medical Student Part of National Institutes of Health Yearlong Research Program | | UToledo News


UToledo Electrical Engineer Featured in Children’s Book About Africa | | UToledo News

A new children’s book titled “Great Minds and Finds in Africa” features Dr. Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga, assistant professor of electrical engineering technology

Source: UToledo Electrical Engineer Featured in Children’s Book About Africa | | UToledo News


UToledo Electrical Engineer Appointed to Lead New Regulatory Agency in Africa | | UToledo News

Dr. Ngalula Sandrine Mubenga, assistant professor of electrical engineering technology in The University of Toledo College of Engineering, is the leader of a

Source: UToledo Electrical Engineer Appointed to Lead New Regulatory Agency in Africa | | UToledo News


Toilet Tech: Toledo Team Developing Flushable Wipes That Are Actually Safe To Flush

People can buy “flushable” wipes in stores and while those people may be, um, cleaner in the end, the wipe they flush can clog plumbing and sewer systems.

Source: Toilet Tech: Toledo Team Developing Flushable Wipes That Are Actually Safe To Flush


Emissions are down during COVID – Dominion Post

Study shows 2.4B ton decrease as people stay home WVU Today  One silver lining to COVID-19 restrictions, based on a recent report, is a 2.4 billion-ton plummet in global carbon emissions. Yet worldwide carbon output remains astronomical — 34 billion tons — and experts project an uptick in 2021. Debangsu Bhattacharyya, GE Plastics Professor of […]

Source: Emissions are down during COVID – Dominion Post