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Researchers explore strategies to 'bury' CO2 in concrete buildings

December 2, 2022

One of the most powerful tools for mitigating the impact of climate change could be a material that is so common we tend not to think about it very much – concrete.

Breaking Research, Our Community Climate Change, Concrete, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Research & Innovation, Sustainability
Meric Gertler at the podium at the Toronto Region Board of Trade Climate Summit in Toronto

U of T President Meric Gertler calls for cross-sector collaboration at Climate Economy Summit

December 1, 2022

Partnerships between the public and private sectors are crucial to help the Toronto region capitalize on its strong cluster of clean energy companies, University of Toronto President Meric Gertler says.

Our Community Climate Positive Campus, Climate Positive Energy, Geoexchange, Climate Change, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Faculty of Arts & Science, Meric Gertler, Philosophy, Sustainability
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Researchers discover what causes some icicles to form with ripples

December 1, 2022

Experimental physicists at the University of Toronto are closer to understanding why some icicles form with ripples up and down their outsides, while others form with smooth, slick, even surfaces.

Breaking Research, Our Community Faculty of Arts & Science, Physics, Research & Innovation

Joe’s Basketball Diaries Episode 2: Athletes and mental health

November 30, 2022

Elite athletes aren’t immune to mental health challenges – and they face unique pressures when forced to navigate anxiety, depression or burnout in the public eye.

City & Culture, Our Community Joe's Basketball Diaries, Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, Graduate Students, Joseph Wong, Mental Health, Varsity Blues
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After fleeing the Taliban, Afghanistan’s former ombudsperson Ghizaal Haress finds a new home at U of T

November 30, 2022

Taliban militants looking for Ghizaal Haress showed up at her apartment building three times in the days following the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul.

Global Lens, Our Community Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, Afghanistan, Faculty of Arts & Science, Faculty of Law, Global, Scholars at Risk
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Researcher's archival exhibition spotlights 70 years of Black performance history in Canada

November 29, 2022

An exhibit curated by Seika Boye, a researcher at the University of Toronto, is preserving seven decades-worth of Black dance performance history in Canada. 

City & Culture, Our Community Black Research Network, Critical Digital Humanities Network, Institutional Strategic Initiatives, Faculty of Arts & Science, Humanities
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U of T grads among world’s most employable: 11th in Times Higher Education ranking

November 28, 2022

The University of Toronto has moved up one spot to 11th globally in Times Higher Education’s latest employability ranking, meaning its graduates are among the world’s most sought after in the minds of employers.

Global Lens, Our Community Employability, Global, Meric Gertler, Rankings, Times Higher Education
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U of T Mississauga's first-ever Indigenous rematriation adviser seeks rightful owners of 40,000-artifact collection

November 28, 2022

Robin Gray doesn’t believe in empty promises – which is why she’s embracing a new role after being appointed the University of Toronto Mississauga’s first-ever special adviser on Indigenous rematriation. 

Our Community Anthropology, Faculty of Arts & Science, Indigenous, Sociology, U of T Mississauga

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