UT College of Engineering News

Archive for October, 2021

UToledo Engineer Awarded $2.5 Million to Advance Smart Materials for Aerospace Systems | UToledo News

Dr. Mohammad Elahinia received the federal funding to collaborate with the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory on a U.S. Department of Defense project that could lead to smaller, lighter aircraft.

Source: UToledo Engineer Awarded $2.5 Million to Advance Smart Materials for Aerospace Systems | UToledo News


Leaving Her Mark on the STEM Industry | UToledo Alumni eMagazine

Marilyn Belinske ’51, ’51, continues to serve as an inspiration for female students pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering […]

Source: Leaving Her Mark on the STEM Industry | UToledo Alumni eMagazine


The University of Toledo | Safeguarding Water

Source: The University of Toledo | Safeguarding Water


UT fills in officials over some crisis-inspired Lake Erie research | The Blade

From algal toxins to sewage-borne viruses, University of Toledo researchers gave public officials a 90-minute update Thursday on the cross-cutting ways they are gaining a greater understanding of the science behind Lake Erie, the world’s 11th-largest freshwater lake.

Source: UT fills in officials over some crisis-inspired Lake Erie research | The Blade