Technology enables simulated lung tissue to be exposed to air pollutants, then extracted for analysis without disturbing the spatial relationships between cells
Professors Penney Gilbert and Bryan Stewart obtained cells from people living with Duchenne muscular dystrophy to grow miniature muscles and study the genetic disorder outside the body
Professor Willy Wong has discovered a mathematical relationship in the sensory adaption response curve that is true for all sensory modalities and all organisms
Researchers from two labs at the University of Toronto have discovered a novel way to test self-repair of skeletal muscle, and this method has the potential to rapidly advance the development of treatments
Sefton's research will explore whether dendritic skin cells can aid in the successful transplantation of insulin-producing islet cells in diabetes patients
A multidisciplinary student team will fly in a microgravity environment to investigate why astronauts experience chromosomal changes during spaceflight.