The research could improve the success of implantable islets to treat people living with diabetes
National air pollution report calls out rush-hour traffic, diesel truck emissions as major areas of concern
U of T Engineering study of near-road air pollution in Toronto and Vancouver raises questions about health risks to one-third of Canadians living near a major roadway
Computer simulations suggests that warming ocean temperatures could limit the ability of algae to produce a key nutrient
Student teams presented their business models at the Entrepreneurship Hatchery’s annual Demo Day
This U of T Engineering innovation makes implants safer, and is attracting new investment to Toronto
Global chemical company Evonik will maintain presence in Toronto after acquiring part of U of T spinoff Interface Biologics, Inc.