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Hackathon a Crash Course in Health Innovation

Wilfred Bigelow

Cold Calculation Keeps Hearts Beating

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Finding the Sweet Spot

Derek van der Kooy

Seeing the Possibilities in Stem Cells

Our Vision

Dean Trevor Young,


Realizing the Future, Today

Heart valves produced by 3D printing. Severed nerves repaired through targeted drug delivery. Sight restored with stem cell photoreceptors.

Not very long ago, you could only read about such things in science fiction. But thanks to the dedicated work of many researchers at the University of Toronto, we are turning these ideas – and more – into science fact.

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