If you’re struggling with a course or want to make up a credit without summer school, virtual high schools or free online courses from some top universities might be what you need.
Mobile apps that know what you want before you ask has placed Ryerson's Hossein Rahnama on MIT’s Technology Review list of Top 35 Innovators Under 35 who are transforming our world.
NASA’s Curiosity is a robotics superstar as it searches for life on Mars but on Earth its robot cousins are doing amazing things from helping the handicapped to monitoring hurricanes.
Can an Ontario team keep its ultra-light helicopter aloft for one minute, powering it like riding a bicycle? Sounds easy? A $250,000 prize for doing it hasn’t ever been won in 30 years!
NASA's Bobak Ferdowsi is now the coolest scientist ever. His American flag ‘Mohawk Guy’ haircut went viral when Curiosity landed on Mars, showing techies aren’t boring nerds.
More than one million children each year die because of poor sanitation in developing countries. Read how U of T engineers won third place in the Gates Foundation challenge to Reinvent the Toilet.
You may think you’re just fooling around and having fun on sites like Facebook or YouTube but you’re actually gaining skills in today’s most powerful tech marketing tool – social media.
Canadian swimmer Brent Hayden won a bronze medal at the London Olympics with the help of Big Data analytics – an essential tool used by today’s athletes to get an extra competitive edge.
During an amazing three weeks in California as the only Canadian student in the 2012 Google Computer Science Summer Institute, I was introduced to programming and was encouraged to take action to increase diversity in the field.
47% of all game-players are women, yet only 12% of game developers are women. Gaming companies want women employees to ensure their products appeal to the growing female market.