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July 28, 2015 Engineering startups in the running for the James Dyson Award

For the second time in two years, two Waterloo Engineering startups have been chosen out of hundreds of others as contenders for the 2015 James Dyson Award.

Grasp and Voltera V-One, both founded as Capstone Design projects, are among five Canadian finalists for the award.

July 24, 2015 Engineering students once again dominate Velocity Fund Finals

As in past Velocity pitch competitions, Waterloo Engineering students captured the majority of awards at July's Velocity Fund Finals, including the top four $25,000 prizes. The winners included:

July 22, 2015 Dean and alumni featured in Globe article about Waterloo's high-tech startups

Pearl Sullivan, dean of engineering, Mike Kirkup (MASc ‘07, MSci), Michael Litt (BASc '10, SD), Rachel Pautler (BASc' 15, Nano), and Ted Livingston, a former engineering student are featured in a Globe and Mail article entitled Startup city: The high-tech fever reshaping Kitchener-Waterloo, part of a series written by Shane Dingman, the Globe's technology reporter.

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