Mariko Shimoda, a second-year mechanical engineering student at the University of Waterloo, is the winner of a scholarship from the Canadian Engineering Memorial Foundation (CEMF) for the Ontario region. She is one of five remarkable women from regions across the country to receive the 2017 CEMF Undergraduate Women in Engineering Scholarship.
With only three minutes to pitch their company to a panel of judges, contestants at the Velocity Fund Finals (VFF) must be articulate and engaging, condensing complex ideas into understandable information.
Intellijoint Surgical Inc., a medical technology company co-founded by Waterloo Engineering graduates, announced today that it has been given US Food and Drug Administration clearance for the next generation of intellijoint HIP™ - the company's flagship product initially developed as a
The University of Waterloo broke ground today on an innovative engineering building that will feature facilities designed to expand student-driven innovation and advanced research labs to develop emerging technologies that will help to boost Canada’s global competitiveness.