Science & Technology

Sarah Chattha [left] and Emma Kelly [right] are both passionate about inclusion in STEM. (Photo by Iris Robin)

Students say inclusion in STEM should go beyond business interests

A new report on equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) from Ryerson’s Faculty of Science found diversity in STEM is necessary for an edge in the market and that diversity is something that can be leveraged for innovation.

by Iris Robin· · News, On Campus, Science & Technology
Ryerson President Mohamed Lachemi addresses the Canadian Economic Club, where he discussed Ryerson's International Hyperloop team and their work developing the hyperloop transportation system. (Photo by Aidan Macnab)

Lachemi praises Ryerson’s hyperloop team at economic club

Ryerson’s own International Hyperloop Team was the star of president Mohamed Lachemi’s address to the Canadian Economic Club Thursday. The hyperloop is a transportation system where a pod travels through a tube and can reach close to the speed of sound. It does not require fossil fuels to operate. It is essentially a train being sucked through a vacuum. Members […]

Apps every student should have

Apps every student should have

You spend most of your time on that little digital device that always seems to be no more than three inches away from you. Yes, your smart phone. You might be accustomed to using it for music, texting, random Google searches and of course, social media. But there are a few apps you may or may not have heard of that could make your life easier. The following list is broken down into four categories: food, transit, school and life.

Photo by Joti Grewal

Early morning lines for Super Nintendo Classic mini console

Hundreds of mini versions of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) classic were made available for purchase this morning at Toronto’s flagship EB Games at 267 Yonge St.

Doors opened to the public at 9 a.m., but some waiting in line for one of the 500 units released said they arrived at 4:30 a.m. to at least 60 people ahead of them.

by Joti Grewal· · News, Off Campus, Science & Technology
Science Literacy Week ends Sept. 23. 
(Photo by Sophie Armstrong)

Students experiment during Science Literacy Week

Robotics, gene testing, DNA extraction, ice cream prepared instantly with liquid nitrogen – those are a few of the interactive activities Ryerson offered during the countrywide event known as Science Literacy Week.

Science Literacy Week kicked off Tuesday at the Student Learning Centre and has showcased experiments and hands-on science activities from different fields of scientists.

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, On Campus, Science & Technology
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