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Sport - Computer Science - 16.05.2022
Using math to improve your workout
Exercise physiologist and UdeM adjunct professor Guy Thibault is developing a web application for interval training.

Innovation - Pharmacology - 16.05.2022
A rapid and portable drug detection device using bio-nanotechnology
A rapid and portable drug detection device using bio-nanotechnology
UdeM chemistry professor Alexis Vallée-Bélisle and his team have received $500,000 to develop a rapid test for detecting drugs in saliva and blood.

Social Sciences - Environment - 12.05.2022

Health - Life Sciences - 12.05.2022
B.C. researchers launching clinical trial for first genetically engineered stem cell-based therapy for type 1 diabetes
B.C. researchers launching clinical trial for first genetically engineered stem cell-based therapy for type 1 diabetes
Science, Health & Technology Vivian Sum Researchers from the University of British Columbia and Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) have received $1 million from Canada's Stem Cell Network to conduct research and a clinical trial for one of the world's first genetically engineered cell replacement therapies for type 1 diabetes.

Health - Social Sciences - 12.05.2022

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 12.05.2022

Health - Life Sciences - 11.05.2022
New Gray chair aims to solve pain-limiting mobility problems  
Siobhan Schabrun, a researcher who studies chronic pain, is the Gray Chair in Mobility and Activity (Debora Van Brenk, Western Communications) Few people enjoy talking about, or even thinking about, chronic pain.

Campus - Economics / Business - 11.05.2022

Health - Social Sciences - 11.05.2022
Researchers probe COVID-19’s uneven impact on racialized and immigrant communities in Peel Region
After than two years and six waves, COVID-19 continues to affect Canadians - but it has taken a particular toll on residents of Peel Region, which last year emerged as a nationwide pandemic hotspot.

Chemistry - 11.05.2022
University of Toronto Engineering student team wins first place at regional Chem-E-Car competition
University of Toronto Engineering student team wins first place at regional Chem-E-Car competition
The University of Toronto Chemical Vehicles (UTCV) student group recently won first place at the 2022 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Northeast Regional Chem-E-Car Competition.

Health - Innovation - 10.05.2022
Meet Concept’s aspiring team: Cauchy Analytics
May 10, 2022 Winner of Concept's $5K grant competition introduces a hands-free and non-invasive device to help doctors get real-time imaging of the heart in ICUs By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations Infections can be a serious health issue. Early detection and information is key to help doctors determine the medical treatment that best fits the patient.

Campus - 10.05.2022

Mathematics - Campus - 10.05.2022

Social Sciences - Life Sciences - 10.05.2022

Mathematics - Campus - 09.05.2022

Economics / Business - Innovation - 09.05.2022

Innovation - Computer Science - 06.05.2022
Acceleration Consortium cements partnership with global technology leader Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
As it builds a global community to accelerate the discovery of materials for a healthier, more sustainable future, the  Acceleration Consortium at the University of Toronto recently welcomed a visit from one of its new industry partners : Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 06.05.2022
Estuaries’ vast potential for climate mitigation
The salt marshes, mud flats and eel grass meadows of temperate river estuaries are more effective at capturing and storing greenhouse gases than young coastal forests and may sequester carbon for centuries, if not millennia, according to researchers from the University of Victoria (UVic). The amount of carbon captured and stored, known as sequestered, by the Cowichan estuary on Vancouver Island is roughly double that of an actively growing 20-year-old Pacific Northwest forest of the same area, reports a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science .

Campus - 06.05.2022
Going places: Students work with Toronto Public Space Committee to address city's lack of public washrooms
Going places: Students work with Toronto Public Space Committee to address city’s lack of public washrooms
What do you do in Toronto when you have no place to answer nature's call?  The lack of public washrooms in Canada's largest city is a real and ever-present concern for many - particularly for unhoused populations, families with young children and those living with incontinence.

Campus - Career - 05.05.2022

Economics / Business - Computer Science - 05.05.2022
Women working for apps like Uber and Doordash often 'brush off' harassment
Women working for apps like Uber and Doordash often ’brush off’ harassment
Q&As Alex Walls Gig industry platforms such as Uber, Doordash, and TaskRabbit fail to acknowledge the realities of women workers' experiences, putting women at financial and personal risk, finds a new study. Researchers interviewed 20 women gig workers in Canada and the U.S. and found that women-who make up approximately half the gig workforce in Canada-often have to 'brush off' harassment for fear of losing work, and available safety tools aren't very effective.

Social Sciences - 04.05.2022
Decolonization by design
May 4, 2022 Apparel, drinkware and an "exquisite" blanket featuring designs by Indigenous artist Alanah Jewell showcase how collaboration leads to Indigenization  By Sam Toman Media Relations and Issues Management With everything going on, a lot of us are searching for community right now.

Social Sciences - Campus - 04.05.2022
Open and constructive dialogue
The past couple of years have placed unique strains on everyone in our world.

Pharmacology - Health - 03.05.2022
Q and A with the experts: Treatment options for mild COVID-19
There are four treatment options available for mild cases of COVID-19. What are they, and how do they work? Kelly Grindrod , a pharmacist and University of Waterloo professor, answers common questions about these medications.