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Professor R.J. Dwayne Miller named Fellow of U.K.’s Royal Society
May 25, 2023
by Chris Sasaki - A&S News
Awards and Honours, Our Faculty, Research
Shifting gears: How data science led Madeleine Bonsma-Fisher from studying germ models to bike lanes
May 11, 2023
by U of T News
Graduate Education, Our Alumni, Research
U of T researcher joins effort to establish transatlantic quantum communications link
May 10, 2023
by Matthew Tierney
Our Faculty, Research
Condensed matter physicists develop new insight into the enigmatic realm of 'strange metals'
April 6, 2023
by Chris Sasaki
Graduate Education, Our Faculty, Research
U of T-supported startup Xanadu aims to lead quantum computing sector
March 13, 2023
by Tabassum Siddiqui - U of T News
Entrepreneurship, Our Alumni, Our Faculty, Research
Prof. Hoi-Kwong Lo’s start-up company QBT receives $1M in federal funding
Feb. 28, 2023
by UT Physics
Awards and Honours, Entrepreneurship, Our Faculty, Research
Experts gather at U of T to discuss Canada’s new National Quantum Strategy
Feb. 15, 2023
by Tabassum Siddiqui - U of T News
Our Alumni, Research
"A perfect little system": University of Toronto physicists isolate a pair of atoms to observe p-wave interaction strength for the first time
The result is a first, small step toward understanding natural quantum systems and how they can lead to more powerful quantum simulations
Jan. 11, 2023
by UT Physics
Tiny bubbles that make icicles hazy are filled with water, not air
Like tree rings, layers of water pockets also preserve a record of an icicle’s growth
Jan. 9, 2023
by UT Physics
Icicles Stephen Morris (news)
Strange Quantum Fluids Feel the Strain
Jan. 6, 2023
by UT Physics
Hardy (news)
Our Faculty, Our Students, Research