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U of T's Leah Cowen on Canada’s opportunity to become a genomics 'powerhouse'

March 15, 2023

To drive innovation in genomics through commercialization, create socioeconomic growth and cement Canada’s position as a world-leader in genomics research and innovation, the federal government is expected to announce the Pan-Canadian Genomics... Our Community Leah Cowen, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Genomics, Research & Innovation

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U of T researchers advance metal 3D printing technology for automotive, energy and biomedical applications

March 14, 2023

A team of University of Toronto researchers, led by Professor Yu Zou in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, is working to advance the field of metal additive manufacturing at the university’s first metal 3D printing

Our Community 3D Printing, Advanced Manufacturing, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Graduate Students, Research & Innovation
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‘Fascinating, gruesome, counterintuitive’: U of T profs explore bug sex on CBC's The Nature of Things

March 14, 2023

As the most numerous animals on Earth, there’s no doubt that bugs have been getting busy.

Our Community Biology, Insects, U of T Mississauga, U of T Scarborough
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'A creative perspective': Neurologist Suvendrini Lena on her path to playwriting

March 13, 2023

Suvendrini Lena has a foot in two worlds: she’s a staff neurologist at Women’s College Hospital and an assistant professor of neurology and psychiatry in the University of Toronto’s Temerty Faculty of Medicine – a

City & Culture, Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Alumni, Neurology, Psychiatry, Theatre, Trinity College, Women's College Hospital
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U of T grads develop Mind-Easy therapy platform with a focus on equity

March 13, 2023

A new app launched by University of Toronto alumnae aims to make cultural competence a minimum standard in mental health – including innovative ways to deliver identity-centric preventive care.

Our Community Entrepreneurship Week, Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Arts & Science, Health Innovation Hub, Mental Health, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Rotman Commerce, Startups
still from The Last of Us showing a human transformed into a fungal zombie

Zombies aren’t real – but fungal health threats are: U of T’s Leah Cowen on CBC Radio

March 10, 2023

Fans following every twist and turn of the HBO series The Last of Us have found themselves intrigued by its premise – based on a 2013 video game, the series is set 20 years into a pandemic caused by a mass fungal

Our Community Leah Cowen, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Vice-president of Research and Innovation and Strategic Initiatives, CIFAR, Molecular Genetics
Actors Riz Ahmed, left, and Allison Williams announce the nominations for the 2023 Academy Awards

Have the Oscars encouraged more diverse hiring practices in film? A U of T researcher breaks down the data

March 10, 2023

Outrage gripped the Academy Awards in 2015 when, for the second year in a row, only white actors were nominated in the best acting categories.

City & Culture, Our Community Diversity and Inclusion, Awards, Film, Movies, Research, Rotman School of Management

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