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a hand pulls out a vial of covid-19 vaccine from a production line at a glaxo-smith kline facility in France

Researchers suggest 'home remedies' to increase vaccine supply in Canada before next pandemic

July 26, 2022

COVID-19 has put a spotlight on Canada's pandemic preparedness, and led some experts and leaders to call for a new public agency that would be in charge of domestic vaccine production to increase self-sufficiency.

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Faces of leadership: U of T welcomes its newest deans

July 26, 2022

Like many during the pandemic, Vice-Provost, Faculty & Academic Life Heather Boon spent a lot of time interacting with her colleagues through the rectangle of her computer screen.

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two students walk along the UTSC Valley Land Trail

U of T Scarborough's Valley Land Trail recognized with urban architecture award: The Toronto Star

July 26, 2022

The Valley Land Trail that connects the University of Toronto Scarborough campus to the Highland Creek Valley has been recognized by the National Urban Design Awards (NUDA), ... City & Culture, Our Community Cities, U of T Scarborough

With app to cut emissions from rice burning in India, U of T student wins global entrepreneurship competition

July 26, 2022

In his first-ever hackathon, Satya Sathwik Juttada and his three teammates finished first out of 72 teams at the Global Challenge Lab 2022, hosted by Imperial College London. 

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From CBC to TikTok, U of T alumnus Gave Lindo has followed his passion for storytelling

July 25, 2022

With three degrees from the University of Toronto – a B.A., M.B.A. and law degree – Gave Lindo had no shortage of career options. Ultimately, his love of storytelling steered him toward working in media. 

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illustration of cancer cells

Researchers identify how cells move faster through mucus than blood

July 25, 2022

Some cells move faster in thicker fluid – think honey versus water, or mucus as opposed to blood – because their ruffled edges sense the viscosity of their environment and adapt to increase their speed. 

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Researchers aim to predict cardiac events with AI technique used to analyze earthquakes

July 25, 2022

Sebastian Goodfellow, an assistant professor in the University of Toronto's department of civil and mineral engineering, and his team have partnered with researchers at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) to help detect and

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In MBA program, twin brothers set themselves up for success – and discovered what makes them unique

July 22, 2022

In many ways, brothers Nakul and Nishul Juneja live up to the identical twin stereotype.

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aerial view of the St. George downtown campus taken from One Spadina

U of T ranked among the world’s best across 32 subjects by ShanghaiRanking Consultancy

July 22, 2022

The latest subject ranking by the independent ShanghaiRanking Consultancy placed U of T in the top 10 globally in eight subjects:

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