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  1. Sep. 13, 2019University of Waterloo team to pitch for $1 million at United Nations

    A team of recent University of Waterloo alumni is in the running for $1 million and business mentorship at the United Nations with a brand new startup it pivoted to in an English castle business accelerator last month.   

  2. Sep. 12, 2019What multilingual nuns can tell us about dementia

    A strong ability in languages may help reduce the risk of developing dementia, says a new University of Waterloo study.

    The research, led by Suzanne Tyas, a public health professor at Waterloo, examined the health outcomes of 325 Roman Catholic nuns who were members of the Sisters of Notre Dame in the United States. The data was drawn from a larger, internationally recognized study examining the Sisters, known as the Nun Study. 

  3. Sep. 12, 2019University of Waterloo's flagship startup program brings pitch competition to Toronto

    The University of Waterloo’s flagship startup entrepreneurship program, Velocity, is bringing its pitch competition to Toronto.

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