Saturday, September 19, 2020

Tag: research

How An ‘80s Video Game Inspired a Potential Cure for Cancer

When we think of common treatments for cancer, strong medicine and radiation are typically at the top of the list. Muhammad Murtaza...

U of T adapts ROPs for the summer as pandemic continues...

COVID-19 has forced people across the globe to adapt their modus operandi to suit the demands of social distancing. Schools, universities, workplaces,...

Stem cells’ role in medicine and research

What are stem cells and what role can they play in medicine and research? Stem cell research offers exciting...

Jiaying Gu wins 2018 Polanyi Prize

Jiaying Gu, an assistant professor in UTM’s department of Economics, was awarded the 2018 Polanyi Prize in Economic Science for her statistical approach of...

U of T receives $2.4 million for A.I. research

The University of Toronto has received a $2.45-million donation to establish a Chairperson to study how the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) will affect...

U of T announces new partnership

The University of Toronto recently announced a partnership with the Amgen Foundation, one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies. The partnership will see the launch...

A week travelling in Hokkaido, Japan

During the 2018 fall reading week, Dr. Gary Crawford, a professor in UTM’s anthropology department who specializes in archaeological botany and environmental archaeology, ventured...

UTM expansion to bring new facilities

Since 1972, the main atrium of the William G. Davis building, known as the Meeting Place, has remained untouched. As of 2018, UTM embarked...

Clocking in a love for biology research

Little did curious-yet-indecisive high schooler Sara Hegazi, know, that only a few years later, she would find herself looking for answers to some of...

Beginner’s guide to killing cancer cells

With approximately $1.1 billion awarded in research funds, U of T has been recognized as a major force in research-intensive education across the globe....

Meet Ulrich Krull: the life-long student

Greeting me with a warm smile and a welcoming handshake, Professor Ulrich Krull, UTM’s newly appointed interim vice-principal and interim vice-president, takes a seat...

Inequality gap grows

The recent report released on January 19 by Oxfam, a group of almost 20 organizations working in almost 100 countries to fight poverty, reported...

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