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Nano Nano: NSERC funds nanoparticle research at U of T Mississauga

1 Mar 2016 - 10:15am
Professor Ulrich Krull

Can early detection of an infectious disease be identified at home or in the doctor’s office within minutes? Or might we be able to rapidly and efficiently determine whether there are dangerous pathogens in the foods we are about to consume?

Out of the Blue

11 Feb 2016 - 12:57pm
Professor Diana Raffman

What do words like “tall” or “old” or even “green” and “blue” have in common? They all fall into a category of vague words that cause much debate among philosophers, linguists and other interested parties, according to Professor Diana Raffman from U of T Mississauga’s Department of Philosophy.

Supporting Excellence at UTM

14 Jan 2016 - 12:01pm
CPS Professor Marc Laflamme

This month the Office of the Vice-Principal, Research, has awarded U of T Mississauga researchers 14 grants through the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund (RSAF) and 6 for the Outreach, Conference and Colloquia Fund (OCCF).

Chemistry Award for U of T Mississauga researcher

18 Dec 2015 - 1:26pm
Professor Patrick Gunning

Gunning, a professor in UTM’s Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences, is a medicinal chemist who investigates small molecules that bind to target proteins in efforts to develop more effective therapeutics for the treatment of several types of cancer including breast cancer, leukemia and brain cancer.

Golding Opportunity

14 Dec 2015 - 3:30pm
Professor Liza Blake

Initially Professor Liza Blake had ambitions to be Agent Dana Scully from the X-files. However an intro Biology class during the first year of her undergrad program at The George Washington University in DC had her questioning if this path was the right fit.

Her other passion was for reading, particularly science fiction, but a degree in English was not especially appealing when she was contemplating her academic future.

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