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U of T researchers explore virtual reality as a microbiology teaching aid

November 15, 2019

Imagine being inside an E. coli bacterium, smaller than a speck of dust and surrounded by genetic material, molecules and proteins.

Our Community Faculty of Information, Research & Innovation, Teaching, U of T Mississauga, Virtual Reality
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Lack of health data hurting Black Canadian women, U of T researchers find

November 15, 2019

The health of Black Canadian women may be endangered by a lack of data, according to a first-of-its-kind paper by University of Toronto researchers.

Breaking Research, Our Community Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Graduate Students, Research & Innovation, Women's College Hospital
 U of T's Meredith Irwin, Nobel laureate William Kaelin Jr. and U of T's Micahel Ohh

‘Science is a contact sport’: What one U of T researcher learned in the lab of Nobel laureate William Kaelin

November 15, 2019

When University of Toronto Professor Michael Ohh was scouting postdoctoral positions at Harvard Medical School in the mid-1990s, a group of Canadians that often gathered to talk science told him to check out the molecular oncology

Our Community Biochemistry, Cancer, Faculty of Medicine, Global, Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, Nobel Prize, Research & Innovation
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New interventions could help children accept gender-diverse peers, U of T study finds

November 15, 2019

New intervention techniques could help reduce bullying against children who don’t conform to gender stereotypes, a new study involving University of Toronto researchers suggests.

Breaking Research Children, Gender, Psychology, Research & Innovation, U of T Mississauga
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U of T computer scientist named NSERC/Autodesk Industrial Research Chair in Human-Computer Interaction

November 14, 2019

The manufacturing industry is changing. Jobs that once relied on individuals to carry out manual labour are increasingly turning to automation because of the growing power of machines and computing systems.”

Our Community Advanced Manufacturing, Ontario Impact, Computer Science, Faculty of Arts & Science, Research & Innovation, Technology
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Don't forget about community centres amid Toronto's condo boom, writes U of T's Jeff Biggar in the Globe and Mail

November 14, 2019

With condo construction booming in Toronto, it’s important to not forget about community centres and parks, University of Toronto researcher Jeff Biggar writes in a Globe and Mail op-ed.

City & Culture, Our Community Cities, Human Geography, University of Toronto Scarborough

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