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One researcher developed an air sampler that runs without electricity and monitors mercury pollution. Another investigated the factors that increase the risk of psychopathology in young children. And the third looked at how to improve legal education to prepare students for making a broader contribution to society.
In business and research, leaders help motivate others to navigate a clear path forward. To help prepare future computer scientists for these roles, University of Toronto’s department of computer science is inviting undergraduates entering the second-year of the major or specialist program to apply for the technology leadership initiative.
The University of Toronto's master of biotechnology program has approved a graduate field of specialization in digital health technologies.
“We are creating a new breed of professional who is equipped with the ability to code and apply data science in the context of emerging opportunities in digital health technology,” says Jayson Parker, associate professor, teaching stream in the department of biology, about digital health technologies at U of T Mississauga.