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Steven Del Duca, Ontario's Minister of Economic Development and Growth, announces the province's partnership with Magna International Inc., Multimatic Inc. and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology to enhance the university's ACE facility by adding a new Moving Ground Plane.

Province and industry partners rally to drive automotive innovation

The Province of Ontario, Magna International Incorporated and Multimatic Incorporated are partnering with the University of Ontario Institute of Technology to revolutionize the university’s ACE research facility, making it the most comprehensive aerodynamic and thermal test centre in the world.

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Limited seating at North Oshawa Library during midterm break

Due to the removal and replacement of chairs in the North Oshawa Library during the upcoming midterm break (Tuesday, February 20 through Sunday, February 25), seating in the Library will be temporarily limited. Library visitors may also notice occasional noise disruptions during this period.

Researchers examine a clump of the invasive species Starry Stonewort, pulled from the water of Lake Scugog, near Port Perry, Ontario (summer 2017).

Investigating a new ecological threat in Lake Scugog

Since 2016, a research team at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology has worked closely with the Scugog Lake Stewards (SLS), a community group dedicated to enhancing the health of the Port Perry-area lake.

61 Charles Street Building at the university's downtown Oshawa location.

Experts explore the intersection between technology and the world of justice

How is technology changing what we need and expect from the law? What would it mean to see the law itself as a kind of technology? Is it a technology of justice or injustice? The Faculty of Social Science and Humanities at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology will explore these questions in a series of public panels from Thursday, January 25 to Saturday, January 27.

Nearly 60 teams competed November 25 at the annual UOIT Engineering Robotics Competition for future university engineering students in the Campus Recreation and Wellness Centre gymnasium.

High school students battle at university’s Engineering Robotics Competition

Since 2006, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s (UOIT) Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (FEAS) has encouraged young science experts in high school, middle school and even elementary students, to push the envelope of their developing engineering skills during the annual UOIT Engineering Robotics Competition.

Automotive, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Capstone students with their Electric 8x8 Combat Vehicle.

Video highlights real-world experience Engineering students gain through Capstone projects

Hands-on learning opportunities at university are key to student success in the workforce after graduation. Many University of Ontario Institute of Technology academic programs, including Engineering, give undergraduate students a chance to apply what they have learned in the classroom by completing a Capstone project in their final year.

2017 Mechanical Engineering graduate Ghassan Chehade (right) explaining the benefits of personal urban mobility and accessibility devices. Below: 2017 Mechanical Engineering graduates Amir Karim (fifth from left) and Ghassan Chehade (centre, in grey suit holding award) at the PACE awards ceremony in Toluca, Mexico.

Engineering students help set the PACE on personal urban transportation

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science (FEAS) Mechanical Engineering students Ghassan Chehade and Amir Karim rolled up their sleeves this summer to represent the university on the international stage at the Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering (PACE) Education competition in Toluca, Mexico.

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