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Heart of the Matter: Virtual anatomy lessons could revolutionize education

4 Jul 2014 - 1:22pm
Brendan Polley

A new digital animation technique developed by UTM biomedical communications student Brendan Polley is attracting attention from as far away as Silicon Valley. His work could revolutionize anatomical illustrations for the medical and education communities, and beyond.

Get Grilling: 'Off the Clock' with Dale Mullings

4 Jul 2014 - 9:55am
barbequed foods

According to Tara Herriot, a communications coordinator with student housing & residence life at U of T Mississauga, colleague Dale Mullings is a barbeque superstar. For an Off the Clock profile, she told the Bulletin that Mullings barbeques the best food on something called a Big Green Egg. "The food is so mouth watering, it's ridiculous," she said.

What happens to our digital selves when we die?

3 Jul 2014 - 9:17am
illustration of woman leaving flowers at a grave with a facebook avatar image on the tombstone

For a decade, people have been using facebook to tell friends and family about milestones in their lives, posting pictures and sharing anecdotes to create rich virtual representations. But what happens to those representations when the people who made them die?

UTM receives $2.3 million in NSERC Discovery Grant funding

2 Jul 2014 - 9:29am
Professor Angela Lange

Professor Angela Lange of U of T Mississauga’s Department of Biology is among ten successful researchers to have received funding from NSERC’s 2014 Discovery Grant competition.  She will receive $47,000 per year for her project, “Neural and Hormonal Control of Visceral Systems.”

Convocation 2014: the co-curricular experience

24 Jun 2014 - 10:16am
Sarah Adnan

As Spring Convocation ceremonies come to a close, more than 12,500 of U of T’s newest alumni are celebrating not just excellence on projects or exams, but hours of effort, creativity and dedication applied to their non-academic endeavours.

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