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Can blood be used to predict age-related diseases? U of T...

How much can a simple blood sample tell us about a person’s health? Can it give clues about whether a person will develop cardiovascular disease or leukemia? Can it predict how severe a person’s heart disease will be?

UBC research shows wastewater genomic testing can effectively track COVID-19 variants...

Wastewater testing can accurately and rapidly identify levels of COVID-19 infections in the community, including the rise of variants of concern, suggests new research led by UBC professor Dr. Ryan Ziels.

WinTOR’s on its way: U of T partnership to train self-driving...

Companies around the globe are racing to create fully autonomous vehicles that can handle anything the road throws at them.

Waterloo’s Faculty of Engineering helping high school students succeed during the...

The University of Waterloo’s Faculty of Engineering is offering free tutoring to high school students across Ontario to help them succeed with remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The secret lives of Canada lynx

Using a Fitbit and a spy mic, scientists have discovered new insight into the behaviour of the elusive Canada lynx.

In just four hours, University of Toronto alumnus Zain Manji co-created...

Equipped with a computer science and economics degree and driven by an urge to help, University of Toronto alumnus Zain Manji recently set out to see how quickly he could...

Head injury and concussion in toddlers: early detection of symptoms is...

A research team led by scientists at Université de Montréal has developed a unique observational tool for assessing children up to 5 years of age who have had a concussion.

Hidden magma pools pose eruption risks that we can’t yet detect

Scientists’ ability to estimate eruption risks is largely reliant on knowing where pools of magma are stored, deep in the Earth’s crust. But what happens if the magma can’t be spotted?

University of Alberta spinoff company’s innovative technology could treat retinal diseases...

PulseMedica’s made-in-Alberta imaging technology and devices target age-related macular degeneration and other eye diseases.

“Stressed out” corals thriving thanks to mangroves

Tropical coral reefs are the most biodiverse underwater ecosystem, providing a home to more than a quarter of all marine species. No strangers to environmental stressors and...
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