The 2011 Acta Biomaterialia Gold Medal has been awarded to Professor Michael Sefton (IBBME, ChemE). The award recognizes excellence and leadership in biomaterials research and practical applications.
Professor Molly Shoichet (ChemE, IBBME), a world-renowned researcher of regenerative medicine, is among 30 new appointees to the Order of Ontario, the provincial government announced on Friday. The
Astronaut Robert Thirsk, the first Canadian to live on the International Space Station (ISS), visited the University of Toronto on October 27th. His visit was an opportunity to review the results
Processed meat generally refers to meats preserved by smoking, curing, salting or otherwise adding chemicals, such as sodium nitrite. Many studies over the years have examined whether they increase
Professor Emeritus Donald Mackay (ChemE) has been awarded the Miroslaw Romanowski Medal from the Royal Society of Canada for his scientific work pertaining to the environment. Donald Mackay is Professor
The science fiction of melding man and machine has played out for decades onscreen, from The Six Million Dollar Man to The Terminator. But the bionic hybrid age may well be flickering to life –