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A Way to Make Things Disappear

Prof. George Eleftheriades is developing a radar-evading technology that he thinks could be used one day to make anything invisible

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A Revolution in Artificial Intelligence

Toronto’s Vector Institute aims to attract the world’s leading minds in a booming field

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Prof. Brendan Frey and his team are harnessing machine learning to figure out what makes us sick

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A student’s innovative rail car design would greatly reduce chances of an explosion

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Handheld Lab

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A “deep-learning” algorithm shines a light on mutations in once-obscure areas of the genome

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Idea Bank: Open Late

Next Einstein runner-up Deep Prasad shares tips for coming up with winning ideas

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Speed of Light

Joyce Poon is developing optical devices that could make computers vastly more powerful and a whole lot faster

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Ode to Joy

Master’s student Eric Wan helped develop software that allows anyone, including people with severe physical disabilities, to make music

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All Clear

Surveillance and surgery could both get a boost from a new kind of video camera that can focus on near and distant objects at the same time

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The Ads Have Eyes

Software uses tiny cameras to track who’s watching digital ad displays

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Digital Nip/Tuck

Software simulates plastic surgery

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Of Mice and Men

U of T team finds that few protein-coding genes remain to be discovered, but a single gene can spawn thousands of different proteins

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Foiled Again

Prof develops quantum cryptography method that could improve Internet security

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Little Wonders

Technology’s next big thing may be very, very small

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The Sound of Silence

New technology for cellphones filters out background noise

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“Shocking” Research May Help Protect Technology

CN Tower helps scientists study effect of lightning on tall structures and how to safeguard electronic equipment

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Sound Directions

New electronic devices that use sound navigation

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Grand Openings

U of T opens two new buildings for students and researchers

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Stay Tuned

The spirit of Edward S. Rogers Sr. is energizing a new wave in communications

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A Way to Make Things Disappear

Prof. George Eleftheriades is developing a radar-evading technology that he thinks could be used one day to make anything invisible

recent post image

Digital Nip/Tuck

Software simulates plastic surgery

recent post image

“Shocking” Research May Help Protect Technology

CN Tower helps scientists study effect of lightning on tall structures and how to safeguard electronic equipment

recent post image

Stay Tuned

The spirit of Edward S. Rogers Sr. is energizing a new wave in communications

recent post image

Ode to Joy

Master’s student Eric Wan helped develop software that allows anyone, including people with severe physical disabilities, to make music

recent post image

The Ads Have Eyes

Software uses tiny cameras to track who’s watching digital ad displays

recent post image

Grand Openings

U of T opens two new buildings for students and researchers

recent post image

The Sound of Silence

New technology for cellphones filters out background noise

recent post image

All Clear

Surveillance and surgery could both get a boost from a new kind of video camera that can focus on near and distant objects at the same time

recent post image

Foiled Again

Prof develops quantum cryptography method that could improve Internet security

recent post image

Sound Directions

New electronic devices that use sound navigation

recent post image

Of Mice and Men

U of T team finds that few protein-coding genes remain to be discovered, but a single gene can spawn thousands of different proteins

recent post image

Little Wonders

Technology’s next big thing may be very, very small

recent post image

Speed of Light

Joyce Poon is developing optical devices that could make computers vastly more powerful and a whole lot faster

recent post image

Idea Bank: Open Late

Next Einstein runner-up Deep Prasad shares tips for coming up with winning ideas

recent post image

Handheld Lab

U of T startup ChipCare gets set to unveil a revolutionary portable HIV blood-testing device

recent post image

The Dark Corners of Our DNA

A “deep-learning” algorithm shines a light on mutations in once-obscure areas of the genome

recent post image

Detecting the DTs

New app helps physicians diagnose alcohol withdrawal – and can tell when someone is faking it

recent post image

Safe Passage

A student’s innovative rail car design would greatly reduce chances of an explosion

recent post image

Can Artificial Intelligence Solve the Mystery of Genetic Disease?

Prof. Brendan Frey and his team are harnessing machine learning to figure out what makes us sick

recent post image

A Revolution in Artificial Intelligence

Toronto’s Vector Institute aims to attract the world’s leading minds in a booming field

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U of T Gains Global Edge

Applications from several countries soar as international students rethink where to attend university

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