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Researchers reveal largest catalogue of gene activators

University of Toronto researchers have created a first-in-class functional catalogue of proteins that activate gene expression, with implications for tailored therapy for cancer and other diseases that occur when wrong genes are switched on.

Wearable biosensors can help people with complex health conditions

Remote monitoring of health-related behaviour with wearable sensor technology is feasible for people with complex health conditions, shows a recent University of Waterloo study.

McMaster researcher, 4 graduates among appointees to Order of Canada

Members of the McMaster community figure prominently among 135 Canadian leaders to be appointed to the Order of Canada, as recently announced by Governor General of Canada Mary Simon.

Real-time alert system heralds new era in fast radio burst research

McGill University scientists have developed a new system for sharing the enormous amount of data being generated by the CHIME radio telescope in its search for fast radio bursts (FRBs)...

University of Calgary research test demonstrates value of new carbon capture...

In the global race to roll back human impact on the climate, a research partnership between the University of Calgary and the gas separation industry has announced the game-changing...

Retired professor wins award for transforming medical education in three developing...

A newly retired McMaster professor is the inaugural winner of the 2020 Royal College M. Andrew Padmos Award for his efforts in transforming medical education in three developing nations.

One-of-a-kind perfectly preserved dinosaur embryo discovered inside its fossilized egg

International team of researchers find that baby dinosaurs prepared for hatching in a manner comparable with modern-day birds

Can improv boost the confidence of marginalized youth? University of Toronto...

Shortly before the pandemic, the University of Toronto’s Stephanie Begun put up some flyers for a free improv workshop at a Toronto homeless shelter for youth.

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.
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