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Researchers' model could help avert global helium supply crisis

March 3, 2023

A new theoretical model developed by earth scientists at the University of Oxford, University of Toronto and Durham University may help alleviate a global supply shortage of helium – a naturally occurring gas critical for a wide range of medical... Breaking Research, Our Community Faculty of Arts & Science, Research & Innovation


Intentional Leadership: Chancellor Rose Patten's new book helps leaders navigate today's challenges

March 1, 2023

University of Toronto Chancellor Rose Patten says there’s one leadership skill that’s served her throughout a career spanning more than three decades, four financial sectors and several continents: the ability to

Our Community Leadership & Culture, Rose Patten, Mentorship, Rotman School of Management

While researching violence in Peru, U of T PhD candidate helps a community find joy

February 28, 2023

Andrea Román Alfaro has always been fascinated by her Peruvian hometown’s struggle with violence and crime – the subject of her doctoral studies.

Global Lens, Our Community Faculty of Arts & Science, Global, Graduate Students, Sociology
A young girl on her dad's shoulders holds a sign that says "save the earth" during the 2019 Toronto Climate March

U of T Faculty of Law event focuses on law and policy amid climate change

February 28, 2023

How is climate change affecting the law – and the role of law – in society?

Our Community Accessibility, Climate Change, Faculty of Law, Indigenous, Sustainability

Retelling an epic story: U of T Mississauga prof discusses Mahabharata at the Shaw Festival

February 27, 2023

You’ve probably heard of the Iliad or the Odyssey, yet there’s another renowned ancient epic poem that’s almost 10 times longer than those two combined.

City & Culture, Our Community U of T Mississauga