University of Toronto
How do teachers' college admissions affect societal equity?
Each year we pick a small team of researchers—at least one from each of Ontario’s universities—to participate directly in the Research Matters initiative. Researchers are chosen for the excellence and variety of their research, as well as for their enthusiasm for engaging with non-academic audiences. These researchers participate in public events across the province, sit down with government and business leaders, and take part in other Research Matters activities. We hope, as you get to know them, that you discover something you didn’t know before about Ontario university research. You never have to look far to find the unexpected.
How are we providing a strong and sustainable workforce of healthcare professionals?
How can we create high-performing, efficient healthcare systems?
How are hospitals integrating smudging ceremonies into their facilities?
How is big data improving health and health care?
Can wastewater and tailing ponds from mines ever be safe enough for swimming?
What can be done about a pain in the neck?
Can economic growth and environmental protection go hand in hand?
How can corporate social responsibility make companies more competitive?
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