The University of Toronto (U of T) was founded in 1827 in Toronto, Canada. U of T has more than 44,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The Faculty of Applied Sciences and Engineering and the Faculty of Medicine are noteworthy. Insulin and the first stem cell research was conducted at the University of Toronto. Astronomers and physicists at U of T identified Cygnus-X as a black hole. The University of Toronto receives significant grants and funding due to the high caliber of their research teams.
The best time to invest in U.S. Treasury securities may be spring, thanks to seasonal variations in investor risk tolerance linked to depression.
Pretty soon, powering your tablet could be as simple as wrapping it in cling wrap.
A team of U of T engineers is unrolling the mysteries of cancer—literally. They have developed a way to grow cancer cells in the form of a rolled-up sheet that mimics the 3D environment of a tumour, yet can also be taken ...
A new sensor developed at the University of Toronto that provides greater accuracy in pH measurement may help in better understanding and diagnosing a range of diseases including cancer.
If new U of T research on the brains of an ancient rodent tells us anything, it's that bigger does not necessarily mean better.
Consider the relationship between an air traffic controller and a pilot. The pilot gets the passengers to their destination, but the air traffic controller decides when the plane can take off and when it must wait. The same ...
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Think those flat, glassy solar panels on your neighbour's roof are the pinnacle of solar technology? Think again.
According to the World Health Organization, approximately 30 million people in low-income countries require prosthetic limbs, braces or other assistive devices. To make things even tougher, the vast majority who require these ...
It's known as the cocktail-party problem: in the cacophony of sound made by insects in a spring meadow, how does one species recognize its own song?