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Waterloo Engineering researcher sought early support from alumnus company to develop technology he hopes will revolutionize health care
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 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
Mathematical models have driven decisions on how to best stop the spread of COVID-19. New models are now helping leaders determine who should get vaccinated first
People can build wise reasoning skills by practicing a distanced, third-person, self-reflection technique, according to new research from the University of Waterloo.
Job postings that focus on how work can be meaningful and contribute to organizational impact draw more interest and result in higher-quality job applications from young people, according to recent research.
Long-term care residents, isolated because of the COVID-19 pandemic, are at increased risk for negative mental health outcomes, but new research from the University of Waterloo shows those outcomes can not only be measured, but mitigated, with thoughtful interventions informed by data.
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.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo partnered with 30 Forensic Engineering, a firm that specializes in forensic reporting, to better understand why slips and falls can happen