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‘They all moved to Canada to do something bigger’: Remembering the victims of Flight PS752

January 7, 2022

For Amin Kamaleddin, grieving the loss of his friends who were killed aboard Ukraine International Airlines Flight PS752 has been a difficult and frustrating process, with many unanswered questions two years on.

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Bioinnovation partnership: U of T Engineering and Ford Canada introduce new, sustainable automotive material

January 7, 2022

A collaboration between University of Toronto researchers and Ford Canada, led by the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering’s Professor Mohini Sain, has produced a new, sustainably-sourced, production-ready engine component

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Correcting the fossil record: Researchers say four-legged ‘snake’ is different ancient animal

January 6, 2022

It all started with a grand claim: scientists had discovered the first known four-legged snake fossil from Brazil. The specimen, named Tetrapodophis amplectus, was small – about the size of a pencil – with tiny limbs.

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Mobility scooters not up to winter's icy challenge, researchers say

January 6, 2022

Mobility scooters perform poorly under the snow- and ice-covered road conditions that are common during Canadian winters, a new study by researchers at University Health Network and the University of Toronto has found.

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Game on: English prof delves into art of indie video game creation

January 6, 2022

When you play a video game, do you ever stop to think about the work, time and energy that went into creating it? In some cases, a game takes years of imagining, creating, developing and fine-tuning.

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U of T researchers help design blueprint for Black food sovereignty in Toronto

January 5, 2022

Researchers at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health helped launch North America’s first Black food sovereignty program – an effort to address food insecurity by creating a Black-run food pipeline from field to table.

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As part of new course, U of T Engineering students work with global stakeholders to address key challenges

January 5, 2022

More than 200 third-year students in the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering recently presented collaborative solutions to a range of global challenges – from recycling plastics to clearing invasive plants from ... Our Community Experiential Learning, Academics, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Global

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