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- Jan. 16, 2017
EMAGIN has been selected, from a global competitive field of over 180 companies across 18 countries, as one of the top 12 digital water start-ups worldwide, and has been invited to join the IH2O 2017 Data Challenge Accelerator in San Francisco.
- Dec. 1, 2016
This week the CivE 204 class were put to the test designing, constructing, and testing their own wooden stir-stick bridges. The requirements of this project were simple: using only stir-sticks, thread and glue, the groups had to create a structure that weighed at least 200 grams and spanned between 400-750 millimetres.
The score for winning was based on the following criteria:
- Aug. 18, 2016
As residents try to resume their lives more than a month after a ferocious wildfire forced the evacuation of Fort McMurray, crucial questions about its impact on their water supply still have no clear answers.
It’s why Monica Emelko, a University of Waterloo expert in water quality and water treatment, left for the devastated Alberta city last week after spending countless hours on the phone with government officials since the crisis escalated in early May.