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A unique collaboration between University of Toronto aviation expert Philippe Lavoie and zoologists at the University of British Columbia offers new insights into how gulls shape their wings?– findings that could be used to design more efficient drones.
Welcome back!?The start of a new year naturally invites discussions about the future?– and, at the University of Toronto, the subjects range?from technology to medicine to the city.?
Here are some of the events happening in and around U of T in January:?
Instead of trying to rescue existing jobs threatened by technological change, the government should support training for the jobs of the future, Vivek Goel,?the University of Toronto's?vice-president of research and innovation,?writes?in the Globe and Mail.
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