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U of T Mississauga helps students develop the write stuff

January 14, 2021

When Malisa Zhou enrolled at the University of Toronto Mississauga this past fall, it was to study forensic science and anthropology. So she was surprised to learn she would have to take a writing course, too.

Our Community Robert Gillespie Academic Learning Centre, U of T Mississauga, Undergraduate Students

Off court and online, U of T basketball coaches offer support to players: CBC

January 13, 2021

With games halted due to COVID-19, the women’s Varsity Blues basketball team has been practising mostly online since Thanksgiving – with interim head coach and two-time Olympian Tamara Tatham. 

Our Community Coronavirus, Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, Mental Health, Varsity Blues

Rising to the challenge: U of T Engineering dean reflects on COVID-19 and next steps

January 13, 2021

A lot of adjectives have been used to describe the year 2020 – unprecedented, unusual, challenging – but Christopher Yip, the dean of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, opts for a different w

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Researchers at U of T, Northwestern use AI to accelerate discovery of industrial materials

January 13, 2021

Researchers at the University of Toronto and Northwestern University are using machine learning to craft the best materials for different industrial uses.

Breaking Research, Global Lens, Our Community Artificial Intelligence, Chemistry, Computer Science, Faculty of Arts & Science, Global, Research & Innovation
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Through photos, recipes – even ghosts – U of T historian retraces Icelandic migration to North America

January 12, 2021

L.K. Bertram recalls growing up in Manitoba and realizing not everyone was raised eating “vínarterta” or believing in ghosts.

But these traditions were common if your family came from Iceland.

Global Lens, Our Community Canadian History, Faculty of Arts & Science, History

Republican Party needs to wage ‘internal war’ on conspiracy theories: U of T’s Ryan Hurl

January 12, 2021

As U.S. President Donald Trump’s term draws to a close, many are wondering what the future holds for him and for the Republican Party in the wake of last week’s violent pro-Trump riots at the Capitol, which left five people dead.

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A bifacial perovskite/silicon tandem prototype

U of T, international researchers develop more efficient two-sided solar cells

January 12, 2021

To increase the performance of solar panels, a team of researchers based in Saudi Arabia, Italy, Germany and Canada has created a bifacial, or two-sided, tandem solar cell.

Breaking Research, Global Lens, Our Community Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Global, Research & Innovation, Solar, Sustainability, Ted Sargent

How a researcher at U of T's Citizen Lab helped ID Capitol Hill rioters: Toronto Star

January 11, 2021

After a mob stunned the world last week by laying siege to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., the University of Toronto’s John Scott-Railton sought to identify the masked men and women behind the violence.

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