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Leadership institute receives $3.5-million investment

Western’s Ivey Business School has received a new $3.5-million gift benefiting the Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute for Leadership, a character-based leadership development program launched in 2010.

Researchers get down to the molecules of disease occurrence

A breakthrough genetic discovery from researchers at the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry is unlocking new clues about why some individuals experience early onset of neurodegenerative diseases.

New scholarship celebrates Indigenous achievement

A new scholarship aims to open doors and create opportunities for Indigenous students at the University of Calgary.

Drones, bots and self-driving cars: How this new Kanata North innovation...

“It’s a place of limitless imagination,” says uOttawa professor Burak Kantarci about the Faculty of Engineering’s new Smart Connected Vehicles Innovation Centre, which opened its doors in October...

SFU caver among researchers unearthing new insights on ancient skull discovery

More is now known about an ancient child’s skull found in South Africa’s remote rising Star cave in 2017 as researchers—including SFU researcher Marina Elliott...

Researchers aim to forecast COVID-19 cases further into the future

How many new COVID-19 cases will be in the ICU three weeks from today? University of Alberta scientists are using the wealth of public health data on COVID-19 to build AI-powered tools to help project and combat the pandemic.

McMaster scientists pinpoint key trigger of Crohn’s disease

A new treatment may be on the horizon for people suffering from Crohn’s disease after a McMaster University-led study identified serotonin as a possible trigger of flare-ups.

How bacteria create a piggy bank for the lean times

Bacteria can store extra resources for the lean times. It’s a bit like keeping a piggy bank or carrying a backup battery pack. One important reserve is known as cyanophycin granules, which were first noticed by an Italian scientist about 150 years ago.

‘Succeed and thrive’: University of Toronto scholarship recipients honoured at virtual...

Hundreds of University of Toronto community members recently gathered at a virtual event to honour first-entry undergraduate students who received scholarships.

University of Toronto ranks 16th globally, up one spot, in U.S....

The University of Toronto has risen one spot to 16th globally in the latest U.S. News & World Report university ranking.
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