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Scientists Can’t Read Your Mind. But They’re Working on It

Prof. Tom Chau’s lab can already tell what word you’re thinking of, or if you’re singing a song to yourself

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With Damaged Organs, a Chance for “Regrowth”

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U of T scientists will help usher in a new era of designing and creating cells, tissues and organs, thanks to historic $114-million federal grant

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Engineering a Human Liver

Liver tissue created in a U of T lab could help reduce the time and cost of drug development

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Largest private donation in Canadian health-care history will improve cardiac care across the lifespan

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A Life-Saving Innovation

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Dennis Smith Pioneered Biomaterials in Canada

Leading scientist brought together experts from chemistry, medicine and dentistry to advance innovative new field

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The Danger of Sitting Still

A new device promises to ease a major health concern for people with mobility problems

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The $100 Artificial Leg

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The Big Promise of a Tiny Cell

Stem cell medicine may soon generate new treatments for any condition where cells have been damaged, such as heart disease, diabetes – even blindness

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Healing the Heart

Specially engineered tissue patches could help heart attack patients fully recover

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Portable device would offer hospitals a quicker way to test patients for infectious diseases

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Unbroken Dreams

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Little Wonders

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Bred in the Bone

New development in bone growth may lead to new treatments

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Scientists Can’t Read Your Mind. But They’re Working on It

Prof. Tom Chau’s lab can already tell what word you’re thinking of, or if you’re singing a song to yourself

recent post image

With Damaged Organs, a Chance for “Regrowth”

Prof. Michael Sefton imagines being able to treat diabetes with a single injection

recent post image

The Big Promise of a Tiny Cell

Stem cell medicine may soon generate new treatments for any condition where cells have been damaged, such as heart disease, diabetes – even blindness

recent post image

Second Skin

Machine-made skin being developed at U of T may be safer, faster and cheaper than traditional grafts

recent post image

The $100 Artificial Leg

The simple, inexpensive device matches the function of far more costly technology

recent post image

Rehabilitation for Stroke Victims

Innovative treatment helps foster movement in arms and hands

recent post image

Blood Work

Portable device would offer hospitals a quicker way to test patients for infectious diseases

recent post image

Unbroken Dreams

After years of incremental progress, spinal cord repair is edging closer to reality

recent post image

Building a Better Heart

Milligan gift will fund graduate fellowships in biomedical engineering

recent post image

Healing the Heart

Specially engineered tissue patches could help heart attack patients fully recover

recent post image

Bred in the Bone

New development in bone growth may lead to new treatments

recent post image

Channelling Nerve Cells

Procedure could help repair spinal cord injuries

recent post image

Little Wonders

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

recent post image

Engineering a Human Liver

Liver tissue created in a U of T lab could help reduce the time and cost of drug development

recent post image

A Life-Saving Innovation

Recent grads win engineering design award for a low-cost medical device that will help keep patients breathing

recent post image

The Danger of Sitting Still

A new device promises to ease a major health concern for people with mobility problems

recent post image

Regenerating the Body

U of T scientists will help usher in a new era of designing and creating cells, tissues and organs, thanks to historic $114-million federal grant

recent post image

A Boon for Heart Health

Largest private donation in Canadian health-care history will improve cardiac care across the lifespan

recent post image

The Power of Three

The Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research brings together three of Canada’s leading centres for cardiac care and research

recent post image

Dennis Smith Pioneered Biomaterials in Canada

Leading scientist brought together experts from chemistry, medicine and dentistry to advance innovative new field

recent post image

Sunset Over the Black Sea

U of T doctoral student Ben Ouyang on what he considers his luckiest shot

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