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Innovative smart charger for electric cars will ultimately bring green vehicles to the masses without overloading the power grid.
Engineering researchers hope genetically-modified bacteria will turn chemical waste into green biofuel.
Research into green transportation in Ontario just got a boost, thanks to a new partnership that lets researchers and drivers see how well electric vehicles perform
Autonomous robots that can perceive and react to the ever-changing scenarios have the potential to tackle situations too dangerous for humans.
As University of Waterloo students, Matthew Stevens and Christopher Mendes saw an entrepreneurial niche in simplifying the confusing realm of emerging automotive technologies. They created CrossChasm Technologies Inc. to help fill that niche.
Duane Cronin is working to build a virtual crash test dummy that will help researchers understand the true impact of automobile collisions.
Waterloo Hybrid is one of several student automotive design teams based in Engineering 5, where they test designs for new vehicle technology with the potential to someday change the way we drive.
In laboratories across the University of Waterloo campus, research into new fuels, smarter vehicles and lighter, safer materials is advancing the way we drive and what we drive.
In Michael Worswick’s automotive research lab, metal and other materials are put to the test, to measure how much stress, tension, pressure and strain they can take.
Intelligent vehicles able to communicate with each other and the highways they travel could make driving safer and less stressful for those behind the wheel.