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A group of fourth-year students in an organized crime and corruption course at the U of T's Centre for Criminology & Socio-Legal Studies explored the complicated world of Mexico’s narco-insurgency and organized crime.
Hidden clues in the way you speak can indicate health problems long before an official diagnosis is made.
Kang Lee has invented an astonishing new technology. By analyzing video of a person’s face, his artificial intelligence-based system detects blood flow in facial tissue and uses it to measure vital signs and emotions.
An award-winning team of alumni from U of T’s Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is building satellites so small they could fit in your gym bag.
The 2017 federal budget earmarks $50 million over two years for teaching initiatives in coding and digital literacy across the country.
Students at U of T Scarborough now have a new program they can consider – a minor in health humanities – which will be the first of its kind in Canada.
The University of Toronto is reviewing recent incidents where testing showed asbestos fibres in samples of dust found in lab-related rooms in the Medical Sciences Building (MSB) on the St. George Campus.
New funding for artificial intelligence research and support for the recruitment of established foreign scholars were among the highlights for Canadian universities in the federal budget tabled today.
A pilot study of a class of drugs used to treat hepatitis and some forms of multiple sclerosis has been shown to ease symptoms of Ebola patients and increase their chances of survival.
Her students wouldn’t suspect it, but Dawn Kilkenny feels a little stage fright at the start of every academic year.