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One of Canada’s Mightiest Computers Tackles a Very Complex Question

A U of T professor is using serious processing power to understand what role the world’s oceans play in climate change

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How Did the Universe Begin?

Professor Barth Netterfield’s lifelong journey into faith, physics and astronomy

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How Much Methane?

A U of T study aims to create the most accurate estimate yet of Toronto’s greenhouse gas emissions

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Seeing New Worlds

How two U of T graduate students built North America’s first working electron microscope

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This “Bomber” Actually Saved Countless Lives

U of T alumnus Harold Johns pioneered a new kind of cancer treatment dubbed the “cobalt bomb”

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Letters to the Editor

Praise for mindfulness, a new ultra-cool record, concerns about the hidden labour pool

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Physics That’s Practically Fun

Students give high marks to a new kind of science lab

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The Universe in a Lab

Physics undergrad Aysha Abdel-Aziz is making her own unique contribution to a massive international research project

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Life on Mars?

Scientists are trying to determine if methane in the Martian atmosphere came from living organisms

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Iciclology 101

Most icicles have the same carrot shape. But differences in temperature, wind conditions and water composition affect their final form

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Smashing!

Now that the Large Hadron Collider is working, U of T physicists are preparing to sift through mountains of data in search of the elusive Higgs boson

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The True Nature of Time

A century after Einstein proposed his theory of relativity, scientists are still debating how time works

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Cool Computing

A new kind of optical switch could allow computers to run 100 times faster – without overheating

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Big Blue

U of T and IBM are assembling Canada’s most powerful supercomputer

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God’s Laboratory

This spring, an international team of physicists, including several from U of T, will launch the most ambitious science experiment ever devised. Their goal: to unlock the secrets of the universe

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Something in the Air

An international research team has found traces of phosgene in the atmosphere

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Oceans on Mars

Ridges on the red planet might have been shorelines

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Foiled Again

Prof develops quantum cryptography method that could improve Internet security

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The Iceberg Cometh

Ocean tides dislodged huge Arctic icebergs, contributing to climate cooling thousands of years ago

recent post image

One of Canada’s Mightiest Computers Tackles a Very Complex Question

A U of T professor is using serious processing power to understand what role the world’s oceans play in climate change

recent post image

The True Nature of Time

A century after Einstein proposed his theory of relativity, scientists are still debating how time works

recent post image

The Universe in a Lab

Physics undergrad Aysha Abdel-Aziz is making her own unique contribution to a massive international research project

recent post image

God’s Laboratory

This spring, an international team of physicists, including several from U of T, will launch the most ambitious science experiment ever devised. Their goal: to unlock the secrets of the universe

recent post image

Cool Computing

A new kind of optical switch could allow computers to run 100 times faster – without overheating

recent post image

Smashing!

Now that the Large Hadron Collider is working, U of T physicists are preparing to sift through mountains of data in search of the elusive Higgs boson

recent post image

Life on Mars?

Scientists are trying to determine if methane in the Martian atmosphere came from living organisms

recent post image

Iciclology 101

Most icicles have the same carrot shape. But differences in temperature, wind conditions and water composition affect their final form

recent post image

Big Blue

U of T and IBM are assembling Canada’s most powerful supercomputer

recent post image

Something in the Air

An international research team has found traces of phosgene in the atmosphere

recent post image

Foiled Again

Prof develops quantum cryptography method that could improve Internet security

recent post image

Oceans on Mars

Ridges on the red planet might have been shorelines

recent post image

The Iceberg Cometh

Ocean tides dislodged huge Arctic icebergs, contributing to climate cooling thousands of years ago

recent post image

Physics That’s Practically Fun

Students give high marks to a new kind of science lab

recent post image

Letters to the Editor

Praise for mindfulness, a new ultra-cool record, concerns about the hidden labour pool

recent post image

This “Bomber” Actually Saved Countless Lives

U of T alumnus Harold Johns pioneered a new kind of cancer treatment dubbed the “cobalt bomb”

recent post image

How Did the Universe Begin?

Professor Barth Netterfield’s lifelong journey into faith, physics and astronomy

recent post image

Seeing New Worlds

How two U of T graduate students built North America’s first working electron microscope

recent post image

How Much Methane?

A U of T study aims to create the most accurate estimate yet of Toronto’s greenhouse gas emissions

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