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Triumph and frustration: Database documents the history of Canadian women film directors

August 2, 2022

Women filmmakers in Canada have often grappled with low budgets, employment scarcity and a lack of recognition.

Our Community Faculty of Arts & Science, University College
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Researchers crack 30-year-old mystery of odour switching in worms

August 2, 2022

Soil-dwelling nematodes depend on their sophisticated sense of smell for survival, able to distinguish between more than a thousand different scents – but the molecular mechanism behind their olfaction has baffled scientists for decades. 

Breaking Research, Our Community Donnelly Centre for Cellular & Biomolecular Research, Molecular Genetics, Research & Innovation

U of T Mississauga’s massive video game collection a game-changer for research, education: CBC News

August 2, 2022

The University of Toronto Mississauga has acquired a mammoth collection of video games – ranging from vintage Atari titles to modern PlayStation and Xbox games – that will open up exciting new avenues for academic research,... Our Community U of T Mississauga, Video Games

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'A great experience': U of T alumna presents at the World Health Assembly in Geneva

August 2, 2022

University of Toronto alumna Yifan Zhou first became interested in global health during her third-year global pharmaceutical policy course at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy – and recently had the opportunity to participate in

Global Lens, Our Community Alumni, Global, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
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In his first novel, PhD candidate Dashiel Carrera explores 'what it means to reckon with memory'

July 29, 2022

When you look back on events in your life, especially traumatic ones, did they really happen the way you remember them? Or have you altered your past slightly to make these experiences less upsetting or easier to accept?

City & Culture, Our Community Books, Computer Science, Faculty of Arts & Science, Graduate Students
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U of T researchers design new hydrogel for more targeted cancer treatments

July 29, 2022

University of Toronto researchers have designed a new way to grow cells in a lab that enables them to better emulate cancerous tumours.

Breaking Research, Our Community Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Cancer, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Research & Innovation, University Health Network
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U of T Mississauga's new lactation pod offers privacy for breastfeeding and chestfeeding

July 28, 2022

Everyone has the right to breastfeed or chestfeed anywhere at the University of Toronto – and there are numerous locations across the three campuses that offer quiet... Our Community U of T Mississauga

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Whales' eyes offer glimpse into their evolution from land to sea: U of T researchers

July 28, 2022

University of Toronto researchers have shed light on the evolutionary transition of whales' early ancestors from on-shore living to deep-sea foraging, suggesting that these ancestors had visual systems that could quickly adapt to the dark.

Breaking Research, Our Community Cell and Systems Biology, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Faculty of Arts & Science, Research & Innovation
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Study finds Toronto's economic recovery from the pandemic lags other cities': Toronto Star

July 27, 2022

Downtown Toronto trails behind most other North American cities in its recovery from the economic impacts of COVID-19, according to a new study by the University of Toronto’s School of Cities... Global Lens, Our Community COVID-19, School of Cities, Cities, Research & Innovation

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