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Faculty of Science News

Biology Alumnus Represents Canada in North American Research Linking COVID-19 to Stroke (July 2020)

21 Research Scientists Secure NSERC Discovery Grants (June 2020)

Eno Hysi, Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, developing world’s first non-invasive kidney assessment technology (June 2020)

Interdisciplinary Research to Begin Under Knowledge Synthesis Grant (June 2020)

(Scientific American Online) Slimy Mudflat Biofilms Feed Migratory Birds--and Could Be Threatened. Quotes Prof. Michael Arts, Department of Chemistry and Biology (June 2020)

Making More Space for Equity Groups in Computer Science (June 2020)

Chemistry and Biology's Dr. Dan Foucher; New sulfa-containing antimicrobial spray coating kills microbes on surfaces and textiles (May 18, 2020)

(Partners in Research) Dr. Imogen Coe receives the 2020, Partners in Research National Award for Science Ambassador (May 14, 2020)

Physics Department steps up 3D printing for COVID-19 visors (May 14, 2020)

A world-first: Assessing the quality of kidneys before transplantation using photoacoustic imaging. (May 1, 2020)

Interview with Professor Catherine Beauchemin, Department of Physics, and CHED Afternoon News, on COVID-19 modelling projections. (April 3, 2020)

(Toronto Star online) The faces of the COVID-19 fight across Canada are female. Here's why that matters. Quoting Prof. Imogen Coe, Department of Chemistry and Biology.  (April 1, 2020)

POTM: Novel Imaging Concept Has Potential to Increase Accuracy in Cancer Treatment  (March 2020)

Members of the Faculty of Science collect and donate over 69,000 gloves & other supplies to COVID-19 assessment centres at St. Michael's Hospital, Women's College Hospital, and Sunnybrook Hospital (March 31, 2020)

(The Lily) The consequences of a coronavirus task force made almost entirely of men (March 2, 2020)

POTM: New Insight into Cell Mechanics Boosts Cancer-Killing Drug Therapy (Feb 2020)

Research in Theoretical Computer Science: Passing the Torch to Next-Generation Mathematicians (Feb 6, 2020)

Engineers Without Borders: A Medical Physics Student’s Sub-Saharan Experience (Jan 28, 2020)

POTM: Mathematical Fluid Mechanics: Predicting the Properties of Flow (Jan 2020)

Cherie Ding: Fine-Tuning the Science of Prediction (Jan 23, 2020)

 

 

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