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  1. Mar. 20, 2018New interferometry technique more powerful and cost-effective

    A new neutron interferometry technique developed by researchers from the Institute for Quantum Computing, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the National Institute of Health (NIH) will allow for faster and more precise measurements, and could pave the way for advances in imaging, materials science and quantum research.

  2. Mar. 20, 2018Expert Advisory – World Water Day/Day Zero

    Thursday, March 22 is World Water Day, the annual reminder that we shouldn't take water for granted. The crisis in Cape Town, South Africa is an example of what happens when we do. The University of Waterloo has experts available to speak on World Water Day and Cape Town’s countdown to Day Zero.

    Larry Swatuk - Director, Master of Development Practice

  3. Mar. 19, 2018Muslims face high rates of discrimination in Canada
    One in five Muslim Canadians say they have experienced discrimination due to their religion, ethnicity or culture at least once in the past five years. 
    A recent study from the University of Waterloo also found that among the general adult population in each Canadian region, Muslims were the least liked group when compared to caucasians, catholics, Indigenous people, members of the LGBTQ community and racial minorities. 
    “There are negative attitudes towards Muslims in Canada as a specific group and they themselves are experiencing highe
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