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The holidays are upon us, and as savvy shoppers search for gift ideas with a personal touch, wearable gadgets from... Read more »
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In the decade since the genome was sequenced in 2003, scientists, engineers and doctors have struggled to answer an all-consuming... Read more »
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U of T Engineering alumnus Michael Gray (CivE PhD 1T2) has a dream for the ideal city, and it’s built... Read more »
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U of T Engineering researchers have developed a paper-based diagnostic system for use in some of the world’s poorest countries.... Read more »
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James Milton Ham (ElecE 4T3), the 10th president of the University of Toronto and former Dean of Engineering, was posthumously selected for... Read more »
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Originally published in the 2014 issue of ANNUM Magazine. A single unpruned tree was all it took. On Aug. 14, 2003, one... Read more »
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