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New research tool tackles deadly mosquito-borne diseases  

February 7, 2023

For most people living in Canada, mosquitoes are nothing more than a summertime nuisance, intruding on nights at the cottage and evenings around the campfire.

Our Community Emerging and Pandemic Infections Consortium, Institutional Strategic Initiatives, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Disease, Molecular Genetics
U of T graphic artist Irene Nosyk in front of one of her paintings

With zoological illustrations, U of T graphic artist Irene Nosyk brought science to life

February 7, 2023

Today, sophisticated data visualization tools and advanced imaging technology make it easier than ever for scientists and instructors to create their own images for use in research and teaching.

City & Culture, Our Community U of T Archives, Art, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Faculty & Staff, Faculty of Arts & Science
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AI used to discover clean energy materials 'faster and more efficiently'

February 7, 2023

Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a method of harnessing artificial intelligence to discover new and more efficient materials for clean energy technology.

Breaking Research, Our Community Clean Energy, Research & Innovation, Sustainability, U of T Scarborough
Child wearing new helmet for Sikh kids

U of T alumna Tina Singh drew on her graduate studies to create helmet for Sikh kids

February 6, 2023

For years, occupational therapist Tina Singh felt frustrated when trying to find helmets that would fit her three active young sons – they wear a patka, or cloth head covering, that is smal

Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Diversity and Inclusion, Alumni, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Occupational Therapy
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Danny Ramadan is U of T Scarborough’s new writer-in-residence

February 6, 2023

As a gay person growing up in Syria, Danny Ramadan says every day was like taking a paper cut to his mental health. 

City & Culture, Our Community Books, Humanities, LGBTQ, Syria, U of T Scarborough
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Creating 'Julia,' the first Muppet on the autism spectrum

February 3, 2023

When most people think of Sesame Street they envision cherished childhood memories of singalongs and fun with Big Bird and Cookie Monster.

Our Community Diversity and Inclusion, Autism, U of T Mississauga, Victoria College, Victoria University
2022 canada walk of fame stage

Canada’s Walk of Fame Awards honour three luminaries with U of T ties

February 3, 2023

Canada’s Walk of Fame Awards Celebration recently honoured 10 extraordinary Canadians for their contributions to music, television, journalism, athletics, innovation and entrepreneurship – including three with close ties to the University of... Our Community Schwartz Reisman Innovation Campus, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society, Alumni, Meric Gertler, Trinity College, Ukraine, Victoria College

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With latest work, U of T grad challenges children's book genre

February 2, 2023

With just a few lines of text on a red background, the cover of Michael Gayle’s third children’s book is a far cry from the usual jumble of hues and images competing for a kid’s interest.

Our Community Alumni, Books, Humanities, Psychology, U of T Scarborough
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Researchers explore gene therapy model using zinc finger proteins

February 2, 2023

Researchers at the University of Toronto and New York University have developed a novel technology that can engineer proteins to target any stretch of DNA in the human genome, opening a door to gene therapies for a broader range of health... Breaking Research, Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research, Research & Innovation

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