Entrepreneurship

Off Script

Ayisha Lineo Gariba doesn’t play by the rules – while making films or while running her business

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Save Your Money

An app from Vicis Labs aims to help millennials and the precariously employed manage their cash

The War of Currents

U of T startup ARDA Power is looking to change people’s ideas about where electricity should come from

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Brewed to a T

Using robotic technology, an engineering student lets tea drinkers create their perfect cuppa

Irwin Adam Eydelnant.

Food Technologist

Irwin Adam Eydelnant blends his love of food with an advanced science degree and entrepreneurial outlook to come up with a completely new kind of work

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Say What?

Knowtions aims to make translating complex scientific documents into any language faster and more accurate

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Loan Ranger

Online peer-to-peer lending company hopes to change how Canadians obtain loans

A Global Talent Destination

U of T’s ability to attract international graduate students is important to our – and Ontario’s – long-term success

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A Digital Coach

Wearable software created by U of T grads aims to help hobby athletes up their game

In Her Shoes

Like many women, Tanya Heath loved the look of high heels, but not the pain that went with them. So she created her own line -- with removable heels

Open for Business

U of T launches the Banting & Best Centre, one of North America’s largest entrepreneurial hubs

From left: U of T professors Craig Simmons and Peter Zandstra and PhD students Jennifer Ma and Curtis Woodford are among the dozens of researchers who will work to advance treatments for heart patients at the Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research

Testing the Waters

U of T offers undergrads the chance to try being entrepreneurs – without any of the risk

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A Quicker Fix

A new app aims to smooth out the often prickly relationship between residents and property managers

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Get Better, Sooner

Seamless Mobile Health aims to reduce hospital readmissions following surgery and save millions in medical costs

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The Tiny Perfect Keyboard

As devices get smaller, a U of T company has created a keyboard that makes typing easier while using less screen space

Jordan Feilders

Bon Appetit, Paris

A food truck in a world culinary capital? With great fare, Jordan Feilders proves it’s possible

Neena Kanwar

Risky Business

U of T science students are learning how to turn their high-tech ideas into products the world wants