Science at Canada's Leading Innovative University
As an integral part of Canada’s most innovative university, the Faculty of Science is a global leader and a preferred destination for those seeking to engage in world-class basic and applied research.
We take this valuable research strength and translate into hands-on education and co-op experiences that prepare Science students for rewarding careers. Student-directed programs such as Velocity Science give entrepreneurial students the opportunity to turn their ideas into businesses while the iGEM team compete at international synthetic biology competitions. Our award-winning Science Outreach events are designed to inspire the next generation of scientists.
From understanding the universe, to protecting our water resources to improving the health of Canadians to educating the next generation, Waterloo Science is shaping the future through discovery.
- Mar. 19, 2019
Do you take three or more medications regularly? Do you feel like your medications aren’t working or that you may be experiencing side effects? Do you have diabetes? A MedsCheck with your pharmacist may be for you.
- Mar. 13, 2019
Today, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, announced more than $39 million for state-of-the-art research labs and equipment through the John R. Evans Leaders Fund (JELF). This investment will support 251 researchers leading 186 projects at 43 universities across Canada, including three Waterloo chemists.
- Mar. 12, 2019
Are you trying to quit smoking? Your pharmacist could be a good place to start. Pharmacists are trained to support people trying to quit smoking and are familiar with the wide variety of products to help quit.
- Mar. 20, 2019
Join FemPhys for tea, conversations, and friends. Everyone welcome.
- Mar. 20, 2019
Do you have difficulty planning ahead for your exams or leaving studying for exams to the last minute? In Science, you typically have multiple midterms and exams scheduled in close proximity to one another.
- Mar. 21, 2019
Join the Waterloo Centre for Microbial Research for a series of talks by Faculty of Science Profs. Moira Glerum and Kesen Ma and Earth Research Scientist Christina Smeaton. They will be discussing the "Many Metabolisms of Microbes".