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Popular Scientist

Eugenia Duodu wins award for her research into targeting cancerous cells, and for teaching kids science

Odd Bedfellows

Rather than warning students away from Wikipedia, some professors are now embracing it

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Say the Right Thing

Student-developed app helps people with speech problems express themselves – at a fraction of the cost of other devices

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Funny Bones

Hart Hanson blends crime and comedy on his hit Fox TV show

Bill Buxton

The Outlaw

In a creative rut? Renegade computer designer Bill Buxton advocates less work and more play

Home Smart Home

Professor Alex Mihailidis is designing an "intelligent" house that will help dementia sufferers

Rock Star

Chemist André Arsenault finds an intriguing use for artificial opals

Checkmate!

The Hart House Chess Club makes some strategic moves at the Pan American tournament

About Face

A popular social networking website is changing how students interact

University Blues?

Author Jeff Rybak talks about the educational system's flaws - and how students can play to its strengths.

Meet the Press

John M.Kelly Library is home to a 6,000-pound, hand-operated flatbed Reliance printing press

Convocation hall

A Century at Convocation Hall

The educational experience has changed dramatically in the past 100 years, but U of T grads from all generations still share one thing in common: a degree bestowed at Con Hall

Young Pioneers

Eight U of T faculty and alumni named to Canada's "Top 40 under 40"

New Places

Centre for the Study of France and an examination centre among new U of T facilities

Heavens Above

The ceiling in Flavelle House is a great example of art nouveau

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Cause Celeb

Do Hollywood stars change the public's perception of issues?

CIUT technician Steve Birek

On the Air

After 20 years of broadcasts, CIUT is still taking chances

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Clock Wise

The Hipp chronoscope enabled scientists to assess how quickly people respond to stimuli