U of T’s stellar research and innovation record propelled the university to a sweep of the four most prestigious university rankings in 2013. All four placed U of T first in Canada and in the top 30 globally.
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings noted that U of T was one of only eight universities (including Oxford, Cambridge and Stanford) to score in the top 30 in all six subject areas in the survey: humanities, medicine, physical sciences, social sciences, life sciences and engineering. The Times also praised U of T’s invention disclosure rate – first in Canada and third among public universities in North America – and its five Nobel laureate alumni, the most of any Canadian university.
See how 30 individual U of T departments ranked globally and nationally:
By bringing artificial intelligence into chemistry, Prof. Aspuru-Guzik aims to vastly shrink the time it takes to develop new drugs – and almost everything else