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Waterloo Engineering research team marks major milestone in intelligent antenna project
Twenty-minute saliva-based COVID-19 test may be coming soon to a pharmacy near you
New model, which predicts bubble effect at play in old party trick, will help engineers design hydraulic systems and develop operation guidelines to minimize wear and tear, avoid major failures, and improve the reliability of the technology.
Robotics researchers are developing exoskeleton legs capable of thinking and making control decisions on their own using sophisticated artificial intelligence technology.
National contest category created for Waterloo students on “a whole other level”
Engineering research team expects free service to be operating on the Ring Road by this fall
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.
Waterloo Engineering researcher sought early support from alumnus company to develop technology he hopes will revolutionize health care
Single-use, medical-grade gloves could be safely reused up to 20 times when using certain disinfection methods – a welcome piece of news for frontline healthcare workers facing PPE shortages during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Household appliances and other devices could be operated with simple voice commands using highly efficient new artificial intelligence technology.
The collaboration will build on the relationship between Waterloo and the National Research Council at a new facility in Mississauga that was officially inaugurated on November 16.
Researchers aim to advance human-centred design of health care technologies and water security
Targeted wetland restoration in heavily farmed areas would dramatically reduce the amount of nitrogen polluting rivers, lakes and coastal areas, a new study finds.
How groundbreaking research may convert CO2 into sustainable energy and combat climate change
Chemical engineering professor receives a prestigious Steacie fellowship to help establish a world-leading carbon nanotechnology centre at the University of Waterloo
Alumnus works to move northern communities off diesel fuel
Faculty researchers and alumni share their COVID-19 research and expert opinions on life now and post-pandemic