Post Tagged with: "aerospace"

CanSats are shot into the air by these rockets and are deployed at 400 metres. (Photo courtesy Ryerson CanSat)

Ryerson model satellite prepares for liftoff

Solar power is reaching new heights at Ryerson this year for a group of engineers with a penchant for building made-from-scratch model satellites. The model, also called a CanSat, will be developed by Ryerson’s CanSat team and then put to the test at an annual competition organized by the American Astronautical Society and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. […]

by Robert Mackenzie· · News
Ryerson race car team zooming towards the sun

Ryerson race car team zooming towards the sun

Engineering students hope their solar-powered race car, Aphelion, will go fast and furious.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Sports, Sports
Ryerson’s wind tunnel gets revamped

Ryerson’s wind tunnel gets revamped

Down in the basement of Kerr Hall, upgrades to a decade-old wind tunnel have officially been revealed.

by Rebecca Wood· · News
Mohammed Ali, known online as Abu Turaab, is a former Ryerson student who says he left the country to join ISIS.

ISIS fighter, a former Ryerson student, continues to promote jihadist ideology online

An ISIS jihadist, who says he was in the aerospace engineering program at Ryerson, continues to promote his extremist opinions on social media. Mohammed Ali, who goes by the name Abu Turaab, created a new Twitter account on Thursday after the site suspended his original one. In his first tweet from his latest Twitter account, Ali said, “help me spread […]

by Ramna Shahzad· · News, Off Campus, Top stories