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The first top predators to walk on land were not afraid to bite off more than they could chew, a University of Toronto Mississauga
Facebook is a familiar tool that gives instant access for users to share their emotions, making it a natural place for mourners to gather virtually for group support. However, users could also inadvertently erode the memory of the dead person, altering an image he or she intentionally created.
02/11/2014 05:26 EST
Researchers found there are two independent channels working together to enhance our engagement with these sudden looks. Without the movement, the gaze would not be as powerful. And the movement alone would not elicit the same response.
02/05/2014 12:35 EST
For first-year University of Toronto student Jessie MacAlpine, finding a potential treatment for malaria was almost too easy. First, she stumbled upon an herbicide compound through research in high school, then she read an article about how herbicides could be used to treat malaria, and then the "Eureka!" moment came.
02/05/2014 05:01 EST
A new comprehensive modelling assessment of contamination in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region indicates that officially reported
02/04/2014 03:20 EST
Ever wondered why your otherwise brilliant friends always seem to partner up with less-than-ideal mates? A new University of Toronto study could help explain why. One surprising finding was that those who feared being single seemed to recognize that they were making poor decisions about who to date.
02/03/2014 12:15 EST
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