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Do continental collisions cause major dimensional changes in the impacted continents?

22 Mar 2016 - 4:10pm

Major changes in continental dimensions are suggested to occur after continental collisions. In a paper recently published in the December issue of Geology, considered the number one Earth Science journal for provocative research, Professor Emeritus Henry Halls advocates that about a billion years ago the North American continent was shortened by about 4000 km in a NW-SE direction during a mountain-building episode, caused by the collision of Laurentia (ancestral North America) and a part of South America (Amazonia).

CPS Students gain real world lab experience

15 Mar 2016 - 1:03pm

An innovative joint program at U of T Mississauga is giving fourth-year science students a chance to see what lab life beyond graduation might be like. The AIRLab program, now in its fifth year, was created to help students get a head start on acquiring skills they will need as they build their scientific careers. Read more....

(U of T News - Blake Eligh)

First Year Physics Exhibition hosted by Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences

3 Mar 2016 - 1:21pm
First Year Physics Exhibition hosted by Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences

On February 26, 2016, the UTM First Year Physics Exhibition was held in the undergraduate Physics labs, Department of Chemical and Physical Sciences.

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