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The Economics and Management Science Course Union will be hosting a case competition open to all Ryerson students
After just five months of bike lanes on Bloor Street, a new partnership between U of T Engineering researchers, a Kitchener-based traffic analytics company and the City of Toronto will evaluate the success of the project and how it has improved safety on one of Toronto’s busiest traffic corridors.
Because railways are so expensive and take so long to plan and build that some cities never learned from their mistakes. The last railway Toronto built was the Sheppard subway – that was about 20 years ago, and before that, the Spadina RT, which came 10 years before it.
There’s no doubt that virtual reality (VR) has gotten… well, real. The year 2016 will be remembered as the debut of consumer VR, with large tech companies planting their stakes in this growing market.
The mining industry is not typically associated with big innovation, but that just means it’s ripe for disruption. That’s the take from Vancouver-based Goldcorp Inc. and Integra Gold Corp, who just announced they are hosting #DisruptMining, a showcase and competition for disruptive technologies for mineral exploration, mining, and more. The event will happen during the annual Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference happening in Toronto between March 5 to 8.