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Researchers at the University of Toronto are working towards a genetic treatment for symptoms of Usher syndrome, a rare disorder that leaves newborns with profound hearing loss and gradually robs them of their vision.
Dana Seitler wants the University of Toronto’s new Queer and Trans Research Lab – the first of its kind – to break down barriers, rethink traditional academic practices and empower community activists.
When University of Toronto astronomer Bryan Gaensler looks up at the night sky, he doesn’t just see stars – he sees data. Big data.