University of Toronto Libraries is the newest and only Canadian member of the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL), a massive digitization project that provides free online access to scientific literature from prestigious institutions all over the world.
Toronto-based Meta, which uses machine learning to organize information in scientific papers, has been acquired by Mark Zucerkberg and Priscilla Chan’s $45 billion philanthropy organization, according to a report from TechCrunch.
Each term, Velocity rounds out its team with three co-op students who play an important role in supporting science, marketing, and events functions. This blog post is part one in a series where past co-op students share their experiences working at Velocity and what they learned.
One in five people have a genetic change that’s associated with severe arthritis and sepsis, a serious bacterial infection. Now, University of Toronto researcher Tania Watts has discovered how this tiny change worsens these conditions by increasing inflammation in our bodies.