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6 Queen’s Park Cres W, Toronto, ON M5S 3H2
Environment - Dec 2
One of the most powerful tools for mitigating the impact of climate change could be a material that is so common we tend not to think about it very much - concrete. The world's most widely used building material, concrete has an impact on carbon emissions - both as a burden and a benefit. The production of cement - one of the key components of concrete - produces relatively large amounts of carbon emissions, so mitigating these could make a big difference.
Physics - Dec 1

Experimental physicists at the University of Toronto are closer to understanding why some icicles form with ripples up and down their outsides, while others form with smooth, slick, even surfaces.

Law - Nov 30

Taliban militants looking for Ghizal Haress showed up at her apartment building three times in the days following the Taliban's takeover of Kabul.

Event - Nov 29

An exhibit curated by Seika Boye, a researcher at the University of Toronto, is preserving seven decades-worth of Black dance performance history in Canada.

Life Sciences - Nov 28
Life Sciences

When Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket lifts off the launch pad sometime in 2023, first-year University of Toronto student Annika Waschke will be watching with great interest.

Social Sciences

Estonian President Alar Karis warned against Russian aggression and called on the world to mobilize in support of Ukraine at a sold-out event at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy this week.

Environment - Nov 23

It's difficult to overstate the importance of wetlands. They provide habitat for wildlife, filtration for water and play a role in protecting us from drought.

Life Sciences - Nov 23

In every farmer's field, there's a war going on between crops and a host of bacterial and fungal invaders that cost the global economy more than $220 billion annually. In some cases, those pathogens erode a small but significant portion of the harvest each year.

Environment - Dec 1

Partnerships between the public and private sectors are crucial to help the Toronto region capitalize on its strong cluster of clean energy companies, University of Toronto President Meric Gertler says.

Health - Nov 29

Hundreds of people in North America die each year waiting for a lung transplant - but it has little to do with a lack of donors. About 80 per cent of donated lungs are deemed unsuitable for transplant, according to the International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation.

Social Sciences

University of Toronto Mississauga's first-ever Indigenous rematriation adviser seeks rightful owners of 40,000-artifact collection.

Social Sciences

A new partnership will bring several First Nations in Saskatchewan together with a team of researchers from the University of Toronto and Toronto Metropolitan University to develop new pathways toward housing self-sufficiency.

Social Sciences

If anyone had told  Fatima Saya  four years ago that she'd work in real estate development after completing her MBA at the Rotman School of Management, she probably wouldn't have believed them.

Campus - Nov 23

Field research experience is key to success for many University of Toronto students, and now the  Field Research in Ecology and Evolution Diversified (FREED) program  is helping those who identify as Black, Indigenous or people of colour have equal opportunities to thrive.

Campus - Nov 23

Two University of Toronto Mississauga professors are uniting scholars across the globe in an effort to answer the question: What should humanistic research look like in a post-pandemic world?.

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