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Student News at U of T 

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Medicine by Design and H2i form partnership to support entrepreneurs in regenerative medicine

Graduate students and post-doctoral researchers who want to translate regenerative medicine research or technology into a product or venture can now take their first steps toward becoming an entrepreneur through a new University of Toronto program.

Building a Biotech Venture is a new program for trainees in Medicine by Design-funded labs and is being offered in partnership with the Health Innovation Hub (H2i), a campus-linked accelerator at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine.

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U of T prof uses virtual reality to beam engineering lab into students' homes

For more than 70 years, the Unit Ops Lab at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering has been a cornerstone for undergraduate training in chemical engineering.

Now, Ariel Chan, an assistant professor, teaching stream, in the department of chemical engineering and applied chemistry, is using virtual reality and 3D simulations to make the lab accessible to students who are studying remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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‘Beautifully designed and beautifully built’: U of T unveils new laneway, infill housing

Three families have been given the keys to three brand new homes on the University of Toronto’s St. George campus – two of which can be easy to miss.

The two hard-to-spot houses are built on a laneway and were designed to animate a quiet alley near Robarts Library, providing a model for future residential development in a city where space is at a premium. The third home is an adjacent infill on Huron Street.

Two student families with children and a faculty member and their family will be the first to live in the modern, eco-friendly residences.

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