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Regenerative medicine could experience growth spurt

Stem cell research sheds some ethical issues, may help with treatment of lung disease Read More »
NOV 14, 2012 | BY JORDAN HARCOURT

Cuts to work-study leave students in the lurch

Levy groups lose positions, students lose opportunities Read More »
NOV 08, 2012 | BY SEBASTIAN GREENHOLTZ

Canadian universities get modest ‘C’ grade in Campus Freedom

Treatment of pro-life groups earns U of T an ‘F’ for ‘practices and actions’ Read More »
NOV 08, 2012 | BY DYLAN HORNSBY

Fair protest

Protesters decry animal cruelty at Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Read More »
NOV 08, 2012 | BY LOU DOYON

Can flu shot reduce chance of heart attack?

A pair of Toronto hospital studies connects Tamiflu shot with lower risk of cardiac events Read More »
NOV 08, 2012 | BY EMERSON VANDERBERG

Infant Morality

Film explores research suggesting babies might not be jerks after all Read More »
NOV 04, 2012 | BY DAVID NGUYEN

Recent graduate unemployment stays high, is regulation the key?

Economist Jeff Rubin calls for affirmative action for youth Read More »
NOV 04, 2012 | BY EMERSON VANDENBURG

Quit PMS-ing

Premenstrual syndrome may not be real, according to new research by U of T experts Read More »
OCT 26, 2012 | BY GEOFF VENDEVILLE

Diamonds are an astronomer's best friend

Planet challenges astronomers' assumptions about carbon-based planets Read More »
OCT 26, 2012 | BY NATALIE MORCOS
 
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