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This All-Star Party Show Goes On

November 3, 2011

It’s a warm autumn evening, and the scene on Kings’ College Circle is chaos.

Student Life, Features, Digital Media

New health sciences complex opens at U of T Mississauga

November 3, 2011

With a quick scissor snip through U of T blue ribbon, University of Toronto community members, politicians, hospital representatives and donors officially opened the Terrence Donnelly Health Sciences Complex and Mississauga Academ

Breaking Research Top Stories, Teaching, Student Life, Research, UTM, Medicine, Health

Heritage plaque honours Ontario's first gay and lesbian rights group

November 3, 2011

The University of Toronto Homophile Association, the province’s first group to rally around lesbian and gay rights, was honoured yesterday at a ceremony that marked their historic formation in 1969.

Top Stories, Student Life, University College

Celebrating 90 Years of Insulin

November 2, 2011

Ninety years after Frederick Banting, Charles Best, John Macleod and Bertram Collip uncovered the role of insulin in diabetes, the legacy of their ground-breaking discovery has a

Breaking Research Research, Features, Medicine, Health

Message of Hope for Middle East

November 1, 2011

A room full of students, staff, faculty and community members were captivated as Professor Izzeldin Abuelaish shared his tragic story and quest for peace in the Middle East during a public lecture at U of T Mississauga’s Instructi

Features, UTM, Medicine

Tracking athletes with a GPS

November 1, 2011

Opponents know that Kaelen Watson, U of T’s most recent female athlete of the year, is a force to be reckoned with on the field hockey turf.  What few would know is that Watson and her 2010 CIS championship-winning team are playin

Breaking Research Top Stories, Student Life, Research, Varsity Blues, Physical Education

U of T researchers revolutionize technology used in electronic screens

October 31, 2011

Engineering researchers at the University of Toronto have developed the world’s most efficient organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) on plastic.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Engineering

An Ounce of Prevention

October 31, 2011

Nursing professor LaRon Nelson is dedicating his research career to preventing HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among socially marginalized groups in African and African diaspora communities.

Breaking Research Research, Features, Nursing, Medicine, Health, Global

Asian Geographies

October 28, 2011

During a recent visit to the University of Toronto, Daniel Nocera, the Henry Dreyfus Professor of Energy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), said the global energy picture wasn’t good.

Breaking Research Faculty of Arts & Science, Features, Research

Insects scared to death of fish

October 27, 2011

The mere presence of a predator causes enough stress to kill a dragonfly, even when the predator cannot actually get at its prey to eat it, say biologists at the University of Toronto.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Faculty of Arts & Science