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Computer Science - 29.07.2022
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores 'what it means to reckon with memory'
In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores ’what it means to reckon with memory’
When you look back on events in your life, especially traumatic ones, did they really happen the way you remember them?

Health - Environment - 28.07.2022
University of Toronto expert Kerry Bowman on monkeypox and the danger posed by zoonotic diseases
The World Health Organization recently declared monkeypox - a disease that's been a concern in African countries for years - a global public health emergency.

Health - Life Sciences - 21.07.2022
After fleeing Syria, Aiman Ali finds a new home as co-ordinator of a University of Toronto dentistry lab
After fleeing Syria, Aiman Ali finds a new home as co-ordinator of a University of Toronto dentistry lab
Aiman Ali and his family fled war in Syria six years ago and came to Canada in hopes of a better life.

Environment - 21.07.2022
’Look after each other’: University of Toronto researcher on the threat posed to cities by extreme heat - and how to respond
Extreme weather events have dominated the headlines this week as dangerous heat waves hit the United Kingdom , central United States and parts of Canada while fires rage in Spain, Portugal and Greece.

Campus - Social Sciences - 20.07.2022
With a focus on the marginalized, University of Toronto's Reach Alliance expands to universities in Africa, Asia and Australia
With a focus on the marginalized, University of Toronto’s Reach Alliance expands to universities in Africa, Asia and Australia
With a focus on the marginalized, University of Toronto's Reach Alliance expands to universities in Africa, Asia and Australia The Reach Alliance, a student-driven research initiative based at the Un

Career - Social Sciences - 20.07.2022
New dashboard invites University of Toronto community to engage with employment equity data
New dashboard invites University of Toronto community to engage with employment equity data
The University of Toronto has made it easier to explore data on employment equity with the recent launch of an online Employment Equity Dashboard.

Architecture - 15.07.2022
Dynamic building facades inspired by marine organisms could reduce heating, cooling and lighting costs
A new, low-cost "optofluidic" system designed by University of Toronto researchers - and inspired by marine life like fish, crab and krill - could help buildings save energy by dynamically changing the appearance of their exteriors.

Computer Science - 14.07.2022
’fuzzy’ AI algorithms to aid people with memory loss
A new computer algorithm developed by the University of Toronto's  Parham Aarabi  can store and recall information strategically - just like our brains.

Criminology / Forensics - Social Sciences - 13.07.2022
’We have urgent work to do’: New book by University of Toronto’s Kent Roach on why Canadian policing needs to change
Kent Roach has thought a lot about policing throughout his lifetime. He even aspired to join the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) as a young boy.

Campus - 11.07.2022
University of Toronto researcher examines how COVID-19 shifted public access to Canada’s courtrooms online
The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 upended the operations and practices of industries and institutions around the world almost overnight - and, in the realm of law, that includes the concept of open courts.

Computer Science - Linguistics / Literature - 11.07.2022
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga’s Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level
With 14,000 titles, University of Toronto Mississauga's Syd Bolton Collection takes video game studies to the next level From Space Invaders to Super Mario, video games are one of the most influential forms of media on the planet.

Life Sciences - Health - 08.07.2022
Academic-industry partnership aims to lower the cost of cultivated meat
Academic-industry partnership aims to lower the cost of cultivated meat
When the University of Toronto's  Michael Garton  got a call from Myo Palate - a company that is producing meat without raising whole animals - he knew it was the opportunity he'd been waiting for.

Innovation - 07.07.2022
University of Toronto’s Urban Data Centre to help ’wrangle’ the data needed to build smarter cities
With the advent of the Internet of Things and other technologies, Toronto and other urban areas are looking to be "smarter cities" when tackling critical issues - from climate change to affordable housing.

Health - Social Sciences - 07.07.2022
University of Toronto and Toronto hospitals mount research response to monkeypox
University of Toronto and Toronto hospitals mount research response to monkeypox
The University of Toronto and its partner hospitals, including Sunnybrook Research Institute, Unity Health Toronto and the University Health Network, are leading a rapid research response to the glob

Life Sciences - Environment - 06.07.2022
'An iconic Canadian survivor': Researchers want to know how this fish adapted to our deepest and coldest lakes
’An iconic Canadian survivor’: Researchers want to know how this fish adapted to our deepest and coldest lakes
The deepwater sculpin is not an attractive fish. You're unlikely to find it hanging on a plaque or playing a feature role in a Disney movie.

Social Sciences - 05.07.2022
Safety, mobility and local services key for residents in Toronto's inner suburbs - regardless of income: Study
Safety, mobility and local services key for residents in Toronto’s inner suburbs - regardless of income: Study
Residents of Toronto's inner suburban communities value the same three things in their neighbourhoods: safety; transportation and mobility; and local services - in that order.

Campus - 04.07.2022
University of Toronto student team takes first place at International Small Wind Turbine Contest
University of Toronto student team takes first place at International Small Wind Turbine Contest
In their first-ever competition, UTWind - a team of undergraduate and graduate students from the University of Toronto's Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering - has taken the top prize in an international challenge to design and build a small-scale wind turbine.

Innovation - Environment - 27.06.2022
Startup partners with University of Toronto students to 'IKEA-fy' its fog harvesting apparatus
Startup partners with University of Toronto students to ’IKEA-fy’ its fog harvesting apparatus
When University of Toronto alumna  Eva Liu  signed up for her fourth-year capstone course in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, she had never heard of fog harvesting.
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