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Researchers from Canada and the United Kingdom will test a new approach for secure communication using satellite-based quantum technology.
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Waterloo mourns the loss of Tom Coleman, former dean of Mathematics
Five co-op tips from five co-op students when it comes to landing your first work term
Protecting long-term care residents from outbreaks requires different infrastructure, proper staffing conditions and a culture of quality assurance, researchers have found.
Waterloo Engineering alumnus helps build online initiative to get more Canadians vaccinated
Shift-work and irregular work schedules can cause several health-related issues and affect our defence against infection, according to new research from the University of Waterloo.
Waterloo celebrates its connection with the 2021 C100 fellowship program
New research is shining light on the importance of farmers' markets’ ability to mitigate potential disruptions to distribution networks in the face of system shocks like the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grad project pieces together pandemic experiences
Experts call for health-care organizations to innovate in order to thrive in the new digital health era at the Waterloo Innovation Summit
New program will offer one-term work projects, with mentorship support from industry partners
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.
Despite investments and advancements in health care, there are societal changes needed as we recover from COVID-19. University of Waterloo history professor Heather MacDougall sheds some light on what we can learn from the past that could help improve the health and strength of our communities.
Elementary students lobby Ontario town to recognize engineering alumnus Taly Williams
Professor Michel Fich helps paint the most complete picture ever of how water ends up on newly forming planets