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University of Toronto/Royal Ontario Museum scientists discover unusual 'tulip' creature

January 18, 2012

A bizarre creature that lived in the ocean more than 500-million years ago has emerged from the famous Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale in the Canadian Rockies.

Breaking Research Student Life, Research, Faculty of Arts & Science, Top Stories

Iceland, icons and equality

January 18, 2012

There they sat in the Upper Library at Massey College: a journalist, an artist and an academic, preparing to discuss women’s rights, iconic images and the stark beauty of Iceland.

Features, Trinity College, Arts

Pro athletes are wise to bolster their star status, say researchers

January 17, 2012

Basketball fans in Cleveland may disagree, but two-time NBA Most Valuable Player Lebron James’ decision to play with a higher-profile Miami Heat team and all-star teammates shows sound marketing and career-management acumen, according to newly-... Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Rotman

Beyond Sound

January 17, 2012

Q. What do inflatable dolls, mallets and hydraulophones have in common?

A. They’ll all be featured in compositions performed during the University of Toronto’s New Music Festival, Jan. 22 to Feb. 5.

Features, Student Life, Music, Arts, Alumni

Research focuses on youth, chronic illness and employment

January 13, 2012

Like any 28 year old, Arif Jetha, a fourth-year PhD candidate at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health, is worrying about his future.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Student Life, Research, Medicine, Health

Capturing U of T's history online

January 12, 2012

Move over, Wikipedia, U of T’s Senior College is creating an online University of Toronto encyclopedia.

Breaking Research Research, Features, Campus

Our Vampires, Ourselves

January 11, 2012

The primary focus of the class might not be Twilight, Buffy the Vampire Slayer or The Vampire Diaries, but the resurging popularity of vampires has certainly helped stimulate interest in Our Vampires, Ourselves, a  first

Top Stories, Teaching, Student Life, English, Faculty of Arts & Science

Students explore the legacy of Uganda’s child soldiers

January 11, 2012

A passion for humanitarian work recently prompted a pair of University of Toronto undergraduate  students to investigate the plight of child soldiers in Uganda.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Student Life, Research, Global, Faculty of Arts & Science

New findings could lead to a test and therapy for kidney failure caused by E. coli

January 10, 2012

Ever since the water supply in Walkerton, Ont., was contaminated by E.

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Medicine, Health

Innovative research rewarded

January 10, 2012

Research excellence in projects as varied as plastic solar cells, “extreme” astronomical devices to detect earth-like planets outside our solar system and the potential of music to promote healing has been recognized by the University of T

Breaking Research Research, Our Faculty & Staff, Music, Medicine, Engineering, Dentistry, Awards, Faculty of Arts & Science