Ursula Franklin, at U of T, circa 1980. Photo: U of T Archives.

U of T physicist Ursula Franklin staunchly opposed weapons of mass destruction. As Cold War tensions rise, her work remains as relevant as ever

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A U of T startup is looking to change people's ideas about where electricity should come from
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A stroke or brain injury often robs patients of their ability to communicate thoughts and emotions. U of T alumna Aura Kagan found a way to help them
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Ursula Franklin, at U of T, circa 1980. Photo: U of T Archives.

Dozens of Indigenous languages in Canada are in danger of disappearing. What will it take to save them?

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