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  1. Jan. 22, 2020UWaterloo creates memorial funds to honour victims of Iran plane crash

    The University of Waterloo has created a scholarship and memorial fund to honour the memories of members of the university community who died in the crash of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight PS752 in Iran.

    Among the people with ties to Canada who died were Waterloo PhD students Marzieh (Mari) Foroutan and Mansour Esnaashary Esfahani, alumnus Mojgan Daneshmand (PhD ’06), her husband Pedram Moussavi (a former Waterloo postdoctoral fellow) and their two young children, Daria and Dorina, as well as former student Dr. Neda Saddighi. 

  2. Jan. 22, 2020UWaterloo creates memorial funds to honour victims of Iran plane crash

    The University of Waterloo has created a scholarship and memorial fund to honour the memories of members of the university community who died in the crash of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight PS752 in Iran.

    Among the people with ties to Canada who died were Waterloo PhD students Marzieh (Mari) Foroutan and Mansour Esnaashary Esfahani, alumnus Mojgan Daneshmand (PhD ’06), her husband Pedram Moussavi (a former Waterloo postdoctoral fellow) and their two young children, Daria and Dorina, as well as former student Dr. Neda Saddighi. 

  3. Jan. 21, 2020Gravitational wave echoes may confirm Stephen Hawking’s hypothesis of quantum black holes

    Echoes in gravitational wave signals suggest that the event horizon of a black hole may be more complicated than scientists currently think.

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