Eric Luvisotto, Technology Transfer Officer, University of Waterloo, Waterloo Commercialization Office
The Waterloo Commercialization Office (WatCo) offers commercialization services and expertise to package and convert research innovations into commercially viable products and services.
The workshop will cover topics on:
Cheer on your Velocity Science companies as you watch startups pitch for $125K in funding at the Spring 2016 Velocity Fund Finals.
Join us for a jam packed day including:
There's a lot out there to learn about feminism & so many places to start. Here's one of those places: a guided discussion covering basic facts, common questions, and some definitions relevant to feminism here and now.
Hosted by the WaterlooBCI Lab and Guger Technologies OG, the workshop will provide interactive, hands-on demos of new EEG technologies, including Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI).
Attendees will learn about different methods and how they can be extended to provide real-world help for patients. We will also present new work using non-invasive stimulation to help persons with visual disorders.
A special call out to all physics alumni graduating from 1999-2003 to come back to Waterloo for a weekend reunion July 16 & 17th, 2016!
Event organizer, Sascha Kokott, Bsc. Phys 2001, has created an amazing opportunity for classmates to renew old friendships and share memories from their time at Waterloo.
Science is a close knit community, and at Science 101 you’ll get the chance to spend time with some of the upper-year students, advisors, and instructors that make up part of the community.
You will attend your first Science lecture, learn the differences between your high school and university classes, review your Grade 12 Science knowledge, and practice note-taking and test taking. There is even a chance to win your Science lab coat!
Join us to celebrate the opening of the new Velocity Science lab, which has tripled in size to 2,500 sq.ft.!
Velocity and the University of Waterloo Faculty of Science provides students interested in a science startup with the lab space, equipment, and mentorship needed to initiate and develop world-class science companies.