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Sweet tooth: U of T researchers discover cavities in 54-million-year-old fossils

September 13, 2021

Researchers at the University of Toronto have discovered what are believed to be the oldest known cavities found in a mammal – the likely result of a diet that included eating fruit.

Breaking Research, Our Community Anthropology, Research & Innovation, U of T Scarborough
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Experts explore ‘power of place’ at Higher Education World Academic Summit co-hosted by U of T

September 10, 2021

How are universities shaped by their surrounding regions, and how do they contribute to the economies and societies of their host cities? How has the COVID-19 pandemic transformed our use of physical and digital spaces?

Global Lens, Our Community David Estok, School of Cities, Alumni, Artificial Intelligence, Centre for Indigenous Studies, Faculty of Arts & Science, Global, Humanities, Joseph Wong, Meric Gertler, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, Rotman School of Management, Times Higher Education

President Gertler welcomes students, faculty, staff and librarians as fall classes begin

September 10, 2021

University of Toronto President Meric Gertler welcomed the safe return of students, staff, faculty and librarians across U of T’s three campuses this week.

Our Community UTogether, Meric Gertler, St. George, U of T Mississauga, U of T Scarborough
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U of T public health experts on what 9/11 and its aftermath revealed about air contaminants

September 10, 2021

On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, Heidi Singer, director of communications at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health, recounts her personal experience with the tragedy and its aftermath before sitting do

Global Lens, Our Community Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Global, Sept. 11

From Noether to Nightingale, U of T course shines light on math's women pioneers

September 9, 2021

As a young math student, Sarah Mayes-Tang was fascinated by the “little boxes” in her textbooks that described the lives and achievements of important mathematicians. 

Our Community Faculty of Arts & Science, Mathematics, Women
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'Here we are, now it's our turn': U of T's groundbreaking women’s studies program launched 50 years ago

September 9, 2021

The story behind one the oldest women’s studies programs in Canada begins with the tale of two courses launched 50 years ago in the face of daunting odds and withering skepticism.

Our Community Alumni, Faculty of Arts & Science, New College, St. Michael's College, University College, Victoria College, Women and Gender Studies, Woodsworth College
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U of T management expert Sonia Kang offers six tips for negotiating with your kids

September 8, 2021

If every interaction with your kids feels like a negotiation lately, you are not alone.

Our Community Children, Rotman School of Management, U of T Mississauga
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AI startup Cohere raises US$40-million for natural language software: Globe and Mail

September 8, 2021

Cohere Inc., an AI startup co-founded by University of Toronto alumni and backed by some of the university’s most recognized AI luminaries, has raised US$40 million as it readies the launch of technology that could revolutionize how humans... Our Community Alumni, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Arts & Science, Geoffrey Hinton, Raquel Urtasun, Startups

a pair of students, helped by a volunteer, bring their belongings to residence at UTM

In photos: U of T students make a much-anticipated return to campus

September 8, 2021

Students returned to the University of Toronto’s three campuses this week, many with suitcases in tow – and at least one who wheeled her way back to school on roller skates.

Our Community Chestnut Residence, UTogether, Graduate Students, St. George, U of T Mississauga, U of T Scarborough, Undergraduate Students, Victoria College

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