A wearable electronic device created by a team of U of T students could help Parkinson’s patients by providing auditory cues to help them practice certain movements.
University Professor Molly Shoichet (ChemE, IBBME) has received this year’s Killam Prize for Engineering.
A novel technique developed by University of Toronto researchers can now produce high-resolution profiles of molecules present inside living organisms.
Canadian Lynx, fox, coyote and various birds prey on them, while red squirrels and Arctic ground squirrels even kill their babies – pretty much everything in the boreal forest is trying to eat a snowshoe hare.
Most associate insomnia with the dark. But Amol Rao says we should pay more attention to our lights.