Silicon Valley is no longer #1 for talent, according to a recent global startup report. And while Waterloo wasn’t the city to knock it from first place (Singapore took that honour), the report highlights the Toronto-Waterloo innovation corridor as a key startup scene to watch.
It’s National Co-op Education Week! From March 20 to March 24, the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE) is running a social media contest to celebrate the growth and impact that co-operative education has across Canada.
Third-year Kinesiology student Christian Delayun just finished an incredible co-op work term at the University of Waterloo’s Cardiovascular and Vascular Dynamics Lab where he examined changes in the pre- and post-flight cardiovascular health of astronauts.