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Waterloo mourns the loss of Tom Coleman, former dean of Mathematics
Five co-op tips from five co-op students when it comes to landing your first work term
With a living descendant's DNA sample, a team of researchers have identified the remains of John Gregory, engineer aboard HMS Erebus
From accelerators and incubators, to international research recognition, Feridun Hamdullahpur leads the way
Engineering co-op student helps federal experts solve a messy high-tech printing problem
Researchers have discovered the most precise way to control individual ions using holographic optical engineering technology.
Waterloo’s ITC Project honoured with 2021 Governor General’s Innovation Award
Applying UV light to common disinfectants makes them safer to use, and in higher concentrations
World-class eye and vision care on the horizon with the Waterloo Eye Institute
Psychologist Daniela O’Neill donates expertise and funds to create a board game collection that supports young children’s language, thinking and social skills
Computer science researchers find way to customize cancer vaccines to provide more effective treatment
Chris Lowry, a professor at the University of Waterloo discusses our relationship with wealth, our understanding of fairness–and how taxes can be used to create a more just society.
Twenty-minute saliva-based COVID-19 test may be coming soon to a pharmacy near you
Protecting long-term care residents from outbreaks requires different infrastructure, proper staffing conditions and a culture of quality assurance, researchers have found.
Waterloo Engineering alumnus helps build online initiative to get more Canadians vaccinated
Shift-work and irregular work schedules can cause several health-related issues and affect our defence against infection, according to new research from the University of Waterloo.