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How U of T's computer science dept. scrambled to give students from Ukraine a 'normal summer'

October 24, 2022

Yuliia Kholodetska’s computer science studies at Lviv Polytechnic National University were interrupted on Feb.

Global Lens, Our Community Computer Science, Faculty of Arts & Science, Global, Ukraine, Vector Institute
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U of T expands support for trans and nonbinary employees with $10,000 gender affirmation benefit

October 24, 2022

In what is an important step for the health and well-being of the trans and nonbinary community, the University of Toronto recently adopted gender affirmation care benefits coverage for both non-unionized employees and... Our Community Sexual & Gender Diversity Office, Staff

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U of T, City of Toronto and family members celebrate Terry Fox mural

October 21, 2022

A new mural depicting Terry Fox outside the University of Toronto’s Rehabilitation Sciences Building honours the legacy of the Canadian hero and marks the route he took through the city in 1980 during his Marathon of Hope to raise money for... City & Culture, Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, Cancer, Cities, Research & Innovation, University Health Network

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Access to justice: Downtown Legal Services, U of T’s community legal clinic, celebrates 50 years

October 21, 2022

More than half a century ago, a group of students from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law received funding for a summer project that would ultimately lay the groundwork for a free community legal clinic in... Our Community Downtown Legal Services, Alumni, Faculty of Law

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U of T Engineering lab partners with Moderna to develop RNA-based tools to treat and prevent disease

October 21, 2022

A team of researchers at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering has partnered with biotechnology company Moderna to develop next-generation RNA platform technologies. 

Our Community Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Research & Innovation
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What's with those colours? Sean Thomas on the science behind this year's fall foliage

October 21, 2022

Toronto residents are enjoying a particularly dazzling autumn display this year as the city’s tree canopy changes colour amid the cooling temperatures.

Our Community Fall Colours, Forestry, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture
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Activity 'snacks’ following meals may help maintain muscle mass: Study

October 20, 2022

Interrupting prolonged sitting with periodic activity “snacks” may help maintain muscle mass and quality, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Toronto.

Breaking Research, Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Exercise, Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, Graduate Students, Health, Research & Innovation, University Health Network
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'A doctor in the palm of our hands': Brother-sister duo create app to make virtual eye care possible in Bangladesh

October 19, 2022

A brother-sister duo’s start-up has partnered with one of the largest eye hospitals in Bangladesh in an effort to make trips to the eye doctor completely virtual.

Global Lens The Hub, Alumni, Entrepreneurship, Global, Startups, U of T Scarborough
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U of T Entrepreneurship partners with Desjardins on startup prize

October 19, 2022

One of the the biggest challenges for a student entrepreneur when building a company is capital – it costs money to develop a prototype, pay for professional services such as legal support and then market a product or services to customers. 

Our Community Entrepreneurship Week, Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Startups

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