U of T to train 150 grad students to fight forest fires, monitor crops, pipelines and railways with drones.
Sweet drinks the main culprit containing, on average, 70 per cent of kids' daily sugar allowance.
U of T experts suggest crystalized materials may hold wide commercial potential.
Pretty soon, powering your tablet could be as simple as wrapping it in cling wrap
Eating about one serving a day of beans, peas, chickpeas or lentils can increase fullness, which may lead to better weight management and weight loss, a new study from a University of Toronto expert has found.
Think those flat, glassy solar panels on your neighbour’s roof are the pinnacle of solar technology? Think again.
Even six-year-olds know that who you sit beside matters and it turns out they're right – whether you're in first grade or at a high-powered dinner.
A study co-published in Nature Medicine this week by University of Toronto researcher Penney Gilbert has determined a stem cell based method for restoring strength to damaged skeletal muscles of the elderly.