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- Jun 06, 2019

Researchers to showcase advanced manufacturing innovations

Pollyanna Sidell - Associated Environmental Systems

manufacuring-innovationFrom auto parts made of bio-foams to green chemicals and more efficient battery systems for electric vehicles, University of Toronto researchers are leading the way in devising new manufacturing technologies that could revolutionize any number of Ontario industries. 

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