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Entrepreneur and angel investor Mike Stork steps forward as project’s philanthropic champion
Virtual event celebrates and showcases Black excellence
Social media use during the early days of the pandemic increased the amount of misinformation about the virus, but also helped spread that misinformation far and wide.
Today’s work will change the world
SAF alumnus credits determination, perseverance and experience formula for his finance success
Waterloo Engineering-led initiative supports Indigenous and Black PhD students
Grad's automated restaurant for the workplace enhances office safety
Is it human nature to break the rules? Are people just sick of COVID-19 restrictions?
Our greatest impact happens together
Ellen Cameron studies cyanobacteria communities in the low-nutrient, clear lakes of Northern Ontario
Savanah Seaton wants to help employers create workplaces where Indigenous employees can feel a sense of belonging and fully contribute their untapped knowledge, skills and abilities.
A PhD student partners with Indigenous elders and fishers to understand a changing fish population in Nunavut
Gravitational echoes may confirm the late Stephen Hawking’s quantum black hole hypothesis
Waterloo spinoff company is developing a new vaccine platform that could lead to a faster response when the next global health crisis hits
Supporting safer cybersecurity decisions and a privacy-conscious mindset for industry leaders and others grappling with pandemic stress
A new healthy living program and a virtual reality exercise game will support people living with dementia at home and in long-term care
A new basketball-playing robot called MyJay is part of a vision for a future in which social robots are accessible to children in public schools and libraries.