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In the 100 years since Frederick Banting and Charles Best discovered insulin as a treatment for diabetes, the process of drug discovery has changed radically – from lab equipment to techniques and technology.
But pharmaceutical scientists’ drive to develop life-saving drugs remains as strong as ever.
The University of Toronto’s Faculty of Arts & Science recently hosted a Community Roundtable on Anti-Asian Racism and Intersectional Violence webinar in the wake of the March 16 shootings that killed six Asian women during an attack on spas and massage parlors in Atlanta, Ga.
The University of Toronto has joined forces with Germany’s Max Planck Society, one of the world’s foremost scientific institutions, to establish a centre for the study of neural science and technology.
Hosted by both institutions, the Max Planck-University of Toronto Centre for Neural Science & Technology aims to develop and deploy advanced technologies to study brain circuits for the improvement of human health, while charting new territory in computing.
There are plans to train more than 25 doctoral students over the next five years.
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