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July 30, 2015 New $30 million computing facility will help engineers shape smarter, safer cars

Canadian Foundation of Innovation funding of $30 million for the development of an advanced research computing facility will enable Canadian researchers to gain a deeper understanding of how the scientific, social, health and economic worlds connect.

July 29, 2015 Khandani's research receives a boost with CFI funding

Amir Khandani, an electrical and computer engineering professor, was awarded $75,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation for his work on infrastructure for 5G wireless cellular networks and the Internet of Things.

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.

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