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U of T researchers discover switch that controls stem cell development

September 21, 2011

Scientists have found a control switch that regulates the way stem cells stem develop into any type of cell in the human body.

Breaking Research Cancer, Health, Stem Cells, Medicine, Research, Top Stories

Cities grow Ontario

September 21, 2011

A new report by researchers from the University of Toronto with colleagues from across Ontario examines the important role cities play in generating prosperity in the province of Ontario.

More News, Business

Healthy eating, exercise will keep students performing their best

September 21, 2011

Writer Kelly Rankin talked with renowned nutrition professor David Jenkins about how students can help themselves to do their best at university.

Student Life, Features

Canada’s history infuses Murakami’s poetry

September 21, 2011

Canadian history isn’t a remote construct to Sachiko Murakami; it’s a very real part of her own family history, one she bravely shares in her poetry.

Our Faculty & Staff, Arts

The dancer and the insect expert

September 21, 2011

How could a contemporary dance artist and an insect expert ever forge a productive partnership? Well, meet Peggy Baker and Darryl Gwynne.

Features, Arts

Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies

September 19, 2011

Researchers from the University of Toronto (U of T), King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) and Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) have created the most efficient colloidal quantum dot (CQD) solar cel

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Engineering

Newsweek names U of T one of top three schools outside U.S.

September 15, 2011

The University of Toronto is one of the top three schools in the world outside the United States – behind only the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford – in one of the latest releases of the 2011 rankings season.

Top Stories, Rankings

Master’s student has dream job at TIFF

September 14, 2011

Cinema Studies student Diana Sanchez watches 250 films a year and gets paid to do it.  


Ozin wins Albert Einstein Award of Science

September 14, 2011

Chemistry professor Geoffrey Ozin has won the Albert Einstein World Award of Science. Given by the World Cultural Council, the award recognizes scientific and technological research that has brought benefit to humanity.

Top Stories