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Hampered by 'scientism?' U of T researcher examines the history of American social science

April 12, 2022

Early in the Cold War era, “social sciences were criticized for not being really scientific – for being ideological and political in ways that may seem to have been disguised as science,” says Mark Solovey, a professor in the Inst

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‘Excited, nervous and happy’: African Scholars Awards recipients celebrated at in-person ceremony

April 12, 2022

Victor Bukenya Muwanguzi remembers the challenge of navigating a big life transition when he moved from Uganda to Canada to attend the University of Toronto – an experience that motivated him to help others who are facing similar hurdles.

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U of T ranked first in Canada across all five categories in 2022 QS world university rankings by subject

April 11, 2022

The University of Toronto ranked first in Canada across all five of the broad subject categories evaluated in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022 – and remained the... Global Lens, Our Community Meric Gertler, Rankings

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Are more protective masks less comfortable? Not as long as they fit properly, study finds

April 11, 2022

Wearing a face mask, when combined with other protective measures, has been shown to help slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19. 

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'Confident and resilient,' U of T researcher Mulu Geletu Heye builds community in the lab and beyond

April 8, 2022

Mulu Geletu Heye once had to travel for five hours, on short notice, for her PhD thesis defence at Germany’s Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich.

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With $4 million in funding, U of T-based program aims to improve local taxation in lower-income countries

April 8, 2022

An applied research initiative based at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy aims to improve public services and governance in lower-income countries through more effective local taxation.

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Quantum innovation advances low-cost alternative solar technology

April 7, 2022

A team of researchers from the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering has leveraged quantum mechanics to optimize the active layer within a device known as an inverted perovskite solar cell – a technology that could... Breaking Research, Our Community Electrical & Computer Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Graduate Students, Research & Innovation, Solar Cells, Sustainability

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Forever alone... and thriving? U of T expert examines link between attachment styles and life satisfaction

April 7, 2022

Why are some happier flying solo while others want a romantic partner? Are some people truly better off alone?

Our Community Faculty of Arts & Science, Psychology, Relationships

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