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The perceived race and ethnicity of a software developer may determine how their open-source software projects are judged by others.
Study compared years before and after London games
She hopes her actions inspire and encourage others
The University is acting on new advice from the Region’s Medical Officer of Health for a safe return in the fall
Gaming to escape boredom can have negative consequences and lead to excessive time gaming.
University and Communitech leaders look at why Canada and Waterloo Region are poised to play a global role
From disease detection and treatment to visual displays and AR, the future of contact lenses is bright
The new models open the possibility of pre-assessment for drug and vaccine efficacy against the COVID-19 virus.
A mathematical physics student uses his AI skills to make people laugh
Vanier scholar working on improving the performance and lifespan of lithium-ion batteries
No net increase in smoking in response to COVID-19 may actually represent a positive result for public health
Six regional teams progress to semi-final of global app development contest
Safety is the priority as we prepare for a gradual return in the fall
Professor Bill Anderson explains how it is mRNA vaccines were developed so ‘quickly’
Waterloo’s School of Accounting and Finance partners with CPA Ontario and WatSPEED to deliver professional development courses
Student team finishes multi-year contest in second place
Amir Al-Azraki, a professor of Arabic language, literature and culture, discusses Islamophobia in our communities