News & Features
Thursday, June 17 - 2021
Jeffrey Dvorkin began every first-year journalism course at U of T Scarborough with the same question: “What do you consider to be a reliable source of information?”
Monday, June 14 - 2021
A new report on the effect of school closures in Ontario due to COVID-19 suggests that inequities in education are being accelerated, with vulnerable groups in particular being especially affected.…
Tuesday, June 8 - 2021
Three U of T researchers – including two from U of T Scarborough – are behind a new technology that was named today as the winner of the Royal Society of Chemistry’s new Analytical Division Horizon…
Monday, May 3 - 2021
In February, Toronto City Council voted to reallocate $1.2 billion for the controversial Scarborough subway to another proposed transit project known as the Eglinton East LRT. I’m a transportation…
Friday, April 30 - 2021
Perched on top of the Arts and Administration Building is a specialized instrument that researchers are using to measure air quality. The Pandora Spectrometer System uses UV and visible light to…
Wednesday, April 14 - 2021
Lack of political will and under-resourcing are just two barriers faced by vital nutrition programs in Africa, a new U of T Scarborough study has found. “Malnutrition is a complex issue and there’s…
Wednesday, April 7 - 2021
Brand names are often written using a combination of upper and lowercase letters. Others defy convention by using all lowercase (amazon or ebay) or all uppercase (IKEA or IBM).
Thursday, March 4 - 2021
Researchers at U of T Scarborough have for the first time shown that pollution can disrupt the ‘chemical conversations’ water fleas rely on to communicate with other species.
Wednesday, February 17 - 2021
Hummingbirds need an incredible amount of energy to flap their wings 50 times per second to maintain hovering flight. Their metabolism is so supercharged, that if they were human-sized, they would…
Thursday, February 11 - 2021
Professor Ruby Sullan from the department of physical & environmental science at U of T Scarborough has been named as one of this year's Cottrell Scholars.
‘It needs to change’: Study highlights the significant health-care barriers women with disabilities face during pregnancy
Monday, February 8 - 2021
A new U of T Scarborough study finds that women with disabilities are nearly twice as likely to experience life-threatening pregnancy complications or maternal death compared to their peers.
Wednesday, January 13 - 2021
As U.S. President Donald Trump’s term draws to a close, many are wondering what the future holds for him and for the Republican Party in the wake of last week’s violent pro-Trump riots at the Capitol…