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The “herd immunity strategy” has been discussed and largely rejected by scientists as a strategy to combat COVID-19. Why?
As the longest United Nations climate talks on record end with a compromise in Madrid, new research from the University of Waterloo has found that higher emission reduction pledges consistent with the Paris Climate Agreement are needed to preserve ski tourism in Eastern Canada and the U.S.
Pfizer and Moderna announced in recent days that they have vaccine candidates that are over 90 per cent effective in preventing the COVID-19 virus. How do they work? How long will it take to go back to normal once there's a vaccine being used?
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University of Waterloo Professor Mark Servos and his team are running wastewater surveillance and measuring COVID-19 and its variants in municipal wastewater and providing rapid turnaround for more than 10 locations across Ontario as part of the province’s wastewater surveillance initiative.
Chemical engineering professor receives a prestigious Steacie fellowship to help establish a world-leading carbon nanotechnology centre at the University of Waterloo
Tony Wirjanto, a curator for Insurance and Asset Management for the World Economic Forum and professor at the School of Accounting and Finance, takes us through how COVID-19 has affected the insurance industry, and what can be done about it.
Two classes of drugs commonly prescribed to people with hypertension, diabetes, kidney and heart disease may increase COVID-19 infection severity.
Alumnus works to move northern communities off diesel fuel
Faculty researchers and alumni share their COVID-19 research and expert opinions on life now and post-pandemic