Seeing the road ahead
Waterloo Magazine, Fall 2014: Smarter cars, high-flying students and better sex for those with bad backs
Waterloo Magazine, Fall 2014: Smarter cars, high-flying students and better sex for those with bad backsBy Staff Marketing and Strategic Communications
The vehicles of tomorrow are taking shape today at the University of Waterloo — home to the largest concentration of automotive researchers at any Canadian university.
It’s just one of the stories of real-world impact that you’ll find in the Fall 2014 issue of the University of Waterloo Magazine. Published in print and online, the magazine goes out this week to more than 140,000 alumni and supporters around the globe. Extended content in the University of Waterloo Magazine online edition offers an even deeper look at some of the innovations putting Waterloo on the map as a global research and education leader, including:
This issue also introduces readers to some of Waterloo’s remarkable alumni:
That’s just the tip of the innovation iceberg. Find out more about how Waterloo research can help you — on the road, in the bedroom, or with your career in the print edition or online with extended content. We’re proud to share this content with our University of Waterloo family. We encourage you to share your Waterloo Magazine with friends and colleagues and to contact us with feedback or ideas for future issues.
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