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Renovating Canadian manufacturing

Added on: June 9, 2015

The room that 3D printing built

Added on: June 8, 2015

The Bionic Man: Coming Soon?

Added on: June 5, 2015

Daniels Professor Pushing 3D Printing Boundaries

Added on: May 28, 2015

One of 68 receiving funding from Connaught New Researcher Program by Sarah McDonald Benjamin Dillenburger is exploring the possibilities 3D printing technology brings to the way we shape the world around us. Marrying this technology to architecture means that Dillenburger, an assistant professor in the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, can… MoreMore arrow

Offering New Hope for Alzheimer’s Disease Treatment

Added on: May 15, 2015

It’s one of the final frontiers in biomedical research — how to target and treat brain disease. Now a Professor at the University of Toronto’s Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology has found a new way to address this age-old challenge. Professor Isabelle Aubert, also a senior scientist at Sunnybrook Research Institute (SRI), is using… MoreMore arrow

From 3D printing for kids to spine surgery tools: U of T celebrates its top innovators

Added on: May 12, 2015

Paul Fraumeni U of T Celebrates Innovation, 2015 Inventors of the Year. The spirit of innovation and invention at U of T soared on May 7, when the University paid tribute to researchers and students who have made their mark with a host of technologies and successful start-up companies. “The University of Toronto’s long history… MoreMore arrow

Raising the awareness of ground-breaking research

Added on: May 11, 2015

U of T science advisor launches national research advocacy program Paul Fraumeni A number of years ago, U of T physicist Dick Peltier began developing research to examine the interaction between the Earth’s land, atmosphere, water and biosphere. As part of this work, he also created mathematical models that could be used in depicting how… MoreMore arrow