Study advances understanding of the molecular signals that coordinate cellular behaviours, in embryonic development and tissue repair
A multidisciplinary student team will fly in a microgravity environment to investigate why astronauts experience chromosomal changes during spaceflight.
Study published by Professor Rodrigo Fernandez-Gonzalez sheds light on how a network of proteins drive a wound repair process that leaves no scars
Awards support research into earthquake resistant buildings, tissue engineering and more
University of Toronto Engineering Professor Craig Simmons (MIE, IBBME) has been appointed scientific director of the new Translational Biology and Engineering Program (TBEP), a unique interdisciplinary
Three U of T Engineering professors receive Early Researcher Awards to address distracted driving, noisy landings and cancer
Three U of T Engineering professors have received Early Researcher Awards from the Government of Ontario. The ERAs provide as much as $140,000 for promising early-career scientists and engineers to