News & Features
Oldest known mammal cavities discovered in 55-million-year-old fossils suggests a sweet tooth for fruit
Monday, September 13 - 2021
A new U of T Scarborough study has discovered the oldest known cavities ever found in a mammal, the likely result of a diet that included eating fruit.
Wonder what vaccine passports might look like? UTSC research looks at historical evidence of something similar
Tuesday, August 31 - 2021
Vaccine passports are a big topic of discussion at the moment, but do you ever wonder how one might look? New U of T Scarborough research gives us a glimpse of the earliest evidence of such…
Prof looks at barriers to cannabis legalization – from Jamaica to Canada – with the help of research award
Friday, August 27 - 2021
When U of T Scarborough’s Rachel Goffe
Thursday, August 12 - 2021
Early life for infants is surrounded by music and songs, mostly sung by family or caregivers. But does it matter who is singing to them?
Wednesday, August 4 - 2021
Irena Creed, an internationally renowned ecosystem scientist, has been appointed U of T Scarborough’s new vice-principal, research and innovation (VPRI).
Thursday, July 22 - 2021
Empathy is fundamental to maintaining meaningful and healthy relationships, making it a big part of our daily lives.
Study finds that reputation is key to predicting performance – but it’s often overlooked by employers
Wednesday, July 14 - 2021
Organizations spend countless time, money and resources searching for employees. But according to a new U of T Scarborough study, they may be overlooking the key ingredient in determining future…
Tuesday, July 13 - 2021
A new U of T Scarborough study is helping to bridge understanding about how the LGBTQ community has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Friday, July 9 - 2021
A collaboration between Canadian and Chinese scientists is helping to tackle one of China’s most urgent environmental problems – the pollution in its many thousands of lakes, rivers, and reservoirs.
Friday, July 9 - 2021
A new U of T Scarborough study finds that a common strategy used to manage the stress of a health threat may end up creating a greater risk to public health during the pandemic. “When you’re…
‘Without social justice you cannot have environmental justice’: Making Toronto’s urban forests more inclusive spaces
Tuesday, July 6 - 2021
Ask PhD candidate Ambika Tenneti about access to urban forests and canopies, and she will be quick to let you know it’s more than just a physical issue. “Access is not just about proximity,” says…
Monday, June 28 - 2021
Professor Christina Guzzo studies HIV infection in her lab at U of T Scarborough. She shared how she mentors grad students and undergraduates based on the best traits of those who trained her.