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Four University of Toronto scholars are among the recipients of this year’s prestigious Guggenheim Fellowships.
The four researchers from the Faculty of Arts & Science – Kamari Clarke, Eugenia Kumacheva, Amira Mittermaier and Kevin Lewis O'Neill – have published groundbreaking research in fields ranging from religion, law and chemistry to anthropology and transnational studies.
University of Toronto students enrolled in MSE398: Materials Manufacturing and Design Laboratory received a box in the mail a few months ago that included everything they needed to build a mini-mechanical tester machine for their at-home labs.
The package included mechanical parts, electrical components, a printed circuit board and tools.
“You assemble the pieces like IKEA furniture,” says teaching assistant Crystal Liu, who is also a master's student in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.
What can pancreas cell transplants do for people living with diabetes today? How are new technologies allowing women to better manage diabetes during pregnancy? Could science soon prevent type 1 diabetes altogether?
These are just a few questions diabetes experts from around the world have tackled in a series of online educational presentations celebrating the 100th anniversary of the discovery of insulin at the University of Toronto.
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