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Canada has a historic opportunity to emerge from the public health crisis stronger than before with innovative policies and investments that embrace change
Waterloo Computer Science student dreams of being a tech leader and building bridges for marginalized groups in tech
Gig work is transforming our global economy and public health as workers weigh risks every day in precarious, low-wage jobs to deliver us food and parcels
Waterloo Engineering researcher sought early support from alumnus company to develop technology he hopes will revolutionize health care
Massive engineering projects could reverse climate change and reduce poverty — but they are dangerous
From disaster response and recovery to vaccine delivery, two Waterloo alumni are harnessing AI for social good.
Our greatest impact happens together
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.
Canada’s first comprehensive flood risk model shows which communities are at greater risk of flood devastation over the long term
Waterloo quantum startup is working to secure information in a post-pandemic future with businesses increasingly dependent on the internet
Amelia Holcomb wanted more than a great job at a large tech company. Now the grad student is researching how technology can measure forest carbon