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Cheryl Regehr, the vice-president and provost of the University of Toronto, has been appointed to a second term.
Approved Thursday by U of T’s Governing Council, Regehr is being re-appointed for a four-year term that begins July 1, 2020.
“Under Professor Regehr’s leadership the university has made significant progress on a number of key priorities covering a wide range of areas,” said President Meric Gertler, pointing to areas like undergraduate and graduate education, diversity and leadership.
Combined data from over two dozen nutrition studies show that while sugar-sweetened drinks are linked to elevated blood pressure, healthier foods that contain some sugars do not share the same relationship – and in fact may have a protective association when it comes to high blood pressure, according to University of Toronto researchers.
Halting climate change means a world without fossil fuels – not merely curbing emissions: U of T researchers
A new study by two University of Toronto researchers is proposing a different way to think about tackling climate change – one that shifts focus away from emissions reductions in favour of eliminating fossil fuel energy altogether.
The research is published in the journal Nature Climate Change.
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