Engage in research collaborations

Companies look to the University of Waterloo to partner on research, develop new technologies, and source talent.

A hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, Waterloo advances research-driven ideas by providing commercialization assistance through the Waterloo Commercialization Office (WatCo), support for student entrepreneurship through Velocity (the largest free startup incubator in North America) as well as the Accelerator Centre, which provides resources and guidance for startups to grow while providing partnership for existing companies and early stage investors.

Find research expertise, state-of-the art facilities, and explore research collaborations by connecting with Waterloo’s Corporate Research Partnerships team. A member of the team will help you find the right expert, guide you through the partnering process, and help leverage your funding.

  1. Dec. 4, 2019New partnership to investigate privacy on blockchain
    Chain links with code

    The University of Waterloo and the Open Application Network (The OAN) are partnering to investigate solutions to the challenge of preserving privacy in the context of Open Applications on blockchain networks.

  2. Dec. 3, 2019New math model could lead to more personalized cancer therapies
    Doctor viewing tablet

    Researchers have found a new way to use math to better treat cancer and prevent its relapse.

  3. Dec. 2, 2019MOU signed to further tobacco control research
    Representatives signing MOU between Waterloo and Korea

    The International Tobacco Control (ITC) Policy Evaluation Project at the University of Waterloo recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Korea Health Promotion Institute (KHPI) in Seoul furthering research that will evaluate tobacco control policies in the Republic of Korea. KHPI is the organization within the Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare that is responsible for health promotion policies and programs in the Republic of Korea.

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