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Examining the changing face of Christianity

November 23, 2011

A century ago, 80 per cent of the world's Christians lived in Europe and North America; today, nearly 70 per cent live in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, making Christianity a predominantly non-Western religion.

Breaking Research Religion, Faculty of Arts & Science, Research, Top Stories

This House Knows When You Need Help

November 22, 2011

Located on the 12th floor of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute-University Health Network is a new home.   Actually, it’s HomeLab, a fully functioning one bedroom, single-storey smart home testing site.  

Breaking Research Health, Medicine, Engineering, Features, Research

The University of Toronto launches Boundless, its $2-billion fundraising campaign

November 20, 2011

The University of Toronto has unveiled Boundless, the largest fundraising campaign in Canadian university history.

Top Stories, Campaign

Size matters?

November 18, 2011

If you like tofu, tempeh, edamame or miso soup, you’re a fan of soybeans. But the significance of this legume goes far beyond a few culinary treats -- soybeans rank seventh among world crops for tonnage harvested.  

Breaking Research UTM, Research, Anthropology, More News

Canada has much to offer international law, says Moreno-Ocampo

November 18, 2011

The world needs Canada’s belief in dialogue and respect, says the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court.

Global Lens More News, Law, Government, Global

Remembering Dr. Fraser Mustard (1927 – 2011)

November 17, 2011

The University of Toronto mourns the loss of U of T alumnus Dr.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, OISE, Medicine, Government

Syrian government, Hezbollah websites hosted in Canada, U.S., says Citizen Lab

November 17, 2011

The University of Toronto's Citizen Lab has found Canadian web servers are hosting websites connected to the Syrian government – including the website for Addounia TV, a television station accused of inciting violence against Syri

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Munk School, Government, Faculty of Arts & Science

Is it art or is it science?

November 16, 2011

The intersection of art and science jumps out at visitors to The Next Dimension, an exhibition of holograms created by University of Toronto students, on display in the U of T Art Centre’s Art Lounge through December 2.

Student Life, Features, Institute for Optical Sciences, Faculty of Arts & Science, Arts

Entrepreneur honoured for giving voice to those silenced by illness or genetics

November 16, 2011

Twenty-four-year-old University of Toronto graduate Alex Levy never intended to have his own business, but he’s just been given the title of Canada’s Top entrepreneur nonetheless.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Entrepreneur, Digital Media, Computer Science, Alumni