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Dinosaur teeth and other food for thought

The Experiential Education Office at UTM, in partnership with the City of Mississauga Central Library, hosts a monthly lecture series featuring UTM faculty and their research. Last Tuesday, I found myself at the Noel Ryan Auditorium at the Central Library, equipped with little-to-no knowledge of dinosaurs and dentistry. I was ready to cover professor Robert […]

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Sex determination of human remains from peptides in tooth enamel

The assignment of biological sex to archaeological human skeletons is a fundamental requirement for the reconstruction of the human past. It is conventionally and routinely performed on adults using metric analysis and morphological traits arising from postpubertal sexual dimorphism. A maximum accuracy of ∼95% is possible if both the cranium and os coxae are present […]

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Scientists Have Developed Stem Cell Fillings That Help Your Teeth Heal Themselves

Using a regenerative approach researchers from both Harvard University and the University of Nottingham found a way to teach one part of our body to heal itself. By  Danielle De La Bastide Scientists from the Universities of Nottingham and Harvard may have come up with a way to teach our teeth to heal themselves without […]

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