An app to help people who have issues with their memory. Implantable electrodes to help relieve pain. A waste-reducing tool for the oilsands.

U of T researchers developing promising technologies win Connaught Innovation Awards

Researchers at the University of Toronto are receiving over $800,000 from the Connaught Fund, a research funding source unique to the U of T. 

Nine U of T researchers receive Connaught funding

The tunnel and bridge that connect Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan comprise the busiest border crossing in North America.

Gun smuggling, literary physics and the remaking of journalism
Five ambitious global projects at the University of Toronto, from tackling public health issues to creating models to build "smarter" villages, are sharing $1.23 million this year from the
Connaught Global Challenge Award: Five U of T teams share $1.23 million in funding

Four projects at the University of Toronto – in areas that range from seniors’ vaccinations and mitochondrial health to synthetic biology and research translation – will receive a total of $1 million through the impact-focused 

Making a global impact: Four U of T projects receive Connaught Global Challenge Award

What can we learn from plants about making the best use of the sun’s abundant energy?

Can plants help build better solar cells?

University of Toronto research on a huge range of societal challenges is getting a big boost to the tune of more than $900,000.

Traffic congestion, respiratory viruses and 3D bioprinting

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

Innovative research rewarded

The University of Toronto is celebrating nearly two centuries of innovation in health care this year, taking a look back at successes such as the creation and large-scale production of drugs like insulin and life-saving vaccines for diphtheria, sm

Celebrating U of T health innovation

How and why we die are questions that hold a lot of meaning for Prabhat Jha.

U of T global death study gets support to expand from Connaught Global Challenge Award

U of T News Stories

An app to help people who have issues with their memory. Implantable electrodes to help relieve pain. A waste-reducing tool for the oilsands.

Researchers at the University of Toronto are receiving over $800,000 from the Connaught Fund, a research funding source unique to the U of T. 

The tunnel and bridge that connect Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan comprise the busiest border crossing in North America.

Five ambitious global projects at the University of Toronto, from tackling public health issues to creating models to build "smarter" villages, are sharing $1.23 million this year from the

Four projects at the University of Toronto – in areas that range from seniors’ vaccinations and mitochondrial health to synthetic biology and research translation – will receive a total of $1 million through the impact-focused 

Search

The University of Toronto is home to many different online destinations across its programs, faculties, divisions and campuses. Use this search to help find information services across the utoronto.ca family of sites and social channels.

U of T News Stories

An app to help people who have issues with their memory. Implantable electrodes to help relieve pain. A waste-reducing tool for the oilsands.

Researchers at the University of Toronto are receiving over $800,000 from the Connaught Fund, a research funding source unique to the U of T. 

The tunnel and bridge that connect Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan comprise the busiest border crossing in North America.

Five ambitious global projects at the University of Toronto, from tackling public health issues to creating models to build "smarter" villages, are sharing $1.23 million this year from the

Four projects at the University of Toronto – in areas that range from seniors’ vaccinations and mitochondrial health to synthetic biology and research translation – will receive a total of $1 million through the impact-focused 

U of T Search