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U of T professors perform Ontario's first cardiac stem cell transplant

January 27, 2012

University of Toronto faculty members performed the first cardiac stem cell transplant in Ontario recently, using stem cells derived from the patient's own bone marrow, isolated completely within the operating room, and implanted

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Medicine

Breakthrough treatment successful for patients with blocked arteries

January 26, 2012

The world’s first clinical trial of a new treatment for patients with blocked coronary arteries has shown the novel approach to be safe and to yield promising success rates.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Medicine, Cardiovascular

Human trafficking a dangerous reality

January 26, 2012

In the movie The Whistleblower, an American police officer turned peacekeeper uncovers a sex trafficking operation in post-war Bosnia.

Breaking Research Research, More News, Faculty of Arts & Science

Hustle and bustle of engineering career fair indicative of success

January 25, 2012

The noise level in the McCaul Street Exam Centre last week was in sharp contrast to the usual quiet that reigns during testing periods.

Student Life, Features, Engineering

University of Toronto celebrates its award-winning researchers

January 25, 2012

The University of Toronto honoured more than 250 of its award-winning researchers for their notable achievements and discoveries at the Celebration of Research Excellence event on Jan. 19 at Hart House.

Breaking Research Research, Our Faculty & Staff, Campus

Ancient dinosaur nursery oldest nesting site yet found

January 24, 2012

An excavation at a site in South Africa has unearthed the 190-million-year-old dinosaur nesting site of the prosauropod dinosaur Massospondylus-revealing significant clues about the evolution of complex reproductive behaviour in early dinosaurs... Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, UTM, Faculty of Arts & Science

Creating a buzz at U of T about entrepreneurship

January 23, 2012

“I’m not going to try to tell you how to do business in the Middle Kingdom (China),”  retired businessman Paul Ip told a crowd of budding entrepreneurs during a recent Engineering Entrepreneurship Series lecture at the University of Toront

Teaching, Student Life, Features, Innovation, Engineering

Newest Order of Ontario appointees include 10 with ties to the University of Toronto

January 23, 2012

More than a third of the province’s newest appointees to the Order of Ontario have ties to the University of Toronto.

Top Stories, Campus, Woodsworth College, Victoria College, Trinity College, Rotman, Music, Medicine, Law, Innis College, Government, Arts, Alumni

Study finds delirium after stroke linked to poorer outcomes for patients

January 19, 2012

Up to 30 per cent of patients hospitalized after a stroke develop delirium – a sudden state of confusion – and are five times more likely to die as a result, according to a new study from the University of Toronto and St.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Stroke, Medicine, Health

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