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Transformed Lassonde Mining Building Celebrated

November 30, 2011

The University of Toronto celebrated the opening of the renovated Lassonde Mining Building on Nov. 28.

Top Stories, Student Life, Engineering, Campaign

U of T Students Form One-Third of The Next 36

November 30, 2011

University of Toronto students comprise fully one-third of the 36 students chosen from universities across North America for the prestigious entrepreneurship program, The Next 36, in 2012.

Student Life, Entrepreneur, Top Stories

Reframing the story of Alzheimer’s disease

November 29, 2011

When we talk about Alzheimer’s disease, what kind of story are we telling?

A horror story, at least here in contemporary North America, says Marlene Goldman.

Breaking Research Research, More News, UTSC, English

For those with dementia, personhood persists

November 29, 2011

The scene: a long-term care home that serves elderly residents with dementia. It’s lunchtime. A resident is wheeled to the table in a wheelchair. She can’t speak, feed, or  dress herself. Her caregivers fasten a bib around her neck.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Dalla School of Public Health

Baycrest’s amazing Virtual Brain

November 28, 2011

Randy McIntosh’s brain isn’t very smart. It’s about as astute as your average three-year-old. But it’s getting smarter every day.

Breaking Research Research, Features, Psychology

e-Reading with Grandma

November 28, 2011

Facebook, Twitter, e-readers, video games, and the seemingly endless “next generations” of smartphones.

Breaking Research Research, Features, Computer Science

University of Toronto Alumnus named Canada’s Top Entrepreneur

November 28, 2011

University of Toronto alumnus Dani Reiss, who turned Canada Goose Inc. into an iconic brand recognized around the world, has been named Ernst & Young National Entrepreneur of the Year.

Top Stories, Woodsworth College, Entrepreneur, Alumni

Astrophysics Students Have Their Eyes on the Sky in Rural India

November 24, 2011

This summer five undergraduate students had the opportunity to put theory into practice, when they spent two months north of Pune, India living at the Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT) facility, the world’s largest array of radio telescopes... Features, Woodsworth College

U of T Engineering Alumnus Wins White House Award

November 24, 2011

University of Toronto Engineering alumnus and current Harvard Medical School Professor Ali Khademhosseini  is one of the recipients of the 2011 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers by Ameri

Top Stories, Engineering

Pulling the plug on the Keystone XL pipeline

November 23, 2011

The 2,700-kilometre, $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline – which would transport oil from the Alberta tar sands to refineries in Oklahoma and along Gulf of Mexico – has become the hottest environmental issue since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill i

Top Stories, UTM, Environment

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