Navigating arteries faster, easier, and safer
When thinking about the important features of a camera, most people think about the number of megapixels rather than how well it can see through blood.
Long history between CFI and Waterloo includes funding for Fire Research Facility
When firefighters enter an energy-efficient home during a fire, they’re prepared for a large surge of flame that can be caused by the burst of oxygen flowing in.
Taking the guesswork out of motorsport racing
HH Timing uses machine learning to analyze data and provide recommendations to race teams in real time, when it matters the most.
Waterloo technology creates the next evolution of keyboard and mouse
Palette is a game changer for those who interact with the digital world and photo editing.
Waterloo technology makes 3D printing simple and accessible
The Lanibox makes 3D printing as simple as uploading a file – just like printing a Word document.
New therapies for safer, more effective cancer treatment
Waterloo researchers explore unique therapies for cancer treatment, including a new family of drugs and mathematical models.
Contact lens research offers hope for myopic children
Specially designed contact lenses that slow the progression of myopia could help millions of people who suffer from nearsightedness.
Paving the way for a digital X-ray and healthcare revolution
Waterloo professor has patented an innovative technology that will transform the Canadian healthcare system.
Toward a global index of wellbeing (GLOWING)
Waterloo professor investigates how to measure what makes life worthwhile on a global scale while in the midst of rapid change.
Nanotechnology makes plant care easier and more effective
LeafGenius, a revolutionary plant care solution employing nanotechnology, improves home gardening and helps plants grow bigger and stronger.
Improving mental health care by connecting police and community services
New Waterloo screening tool guides police officers through risk assessments and could make a big difference for police and people in need.
Taking the pain and risk out of allergy testing
A skin patch the size of a quarter could make allergy testing safer, faster, and pain-free.
Biodegradable chip detects postsurgical complications
A new biochip could revolutionize the postsurgical-care market and save lives.
Waterloo researcher named Chair of Public Policy
A safer and greener future with fiber optic sensors
World’s first single-chip atomic force microscope
Improving our understanding of world hunger
Orthopedic surgeons using new innovation with great results
New technology will change water safety
Studying the impact of climate change from outer space
Waterloo researchers investigate how climate change is altering the amount of water resulting from melted snow and ice.
Putting safety first
Looking at vision across a lifetime
Why, and how, does our eyesight change over time? Researchers at Waterloo are studying various aspects of questions like this.