News archive - 2011

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Canada's hub for research excellence

From preserving our most precious natural resource to harnessing the potential power of the quantum universe, Waterloo Science is poised to make a significant impact on Canada and the world thanks to the addition of two internationally-recognized researchers.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Michel Gingras Elected Fellow of American Physical Society

Michel Gingras photo

Professor elected Fellow of American Physical Society

From the Daily Bulletin, November 24, 2011

Magnets. How do they work?

Professor Michel Gingras (right) of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, and who is considered an expert in the field of magnetism, has been elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Dave Wilkin makes Canadian Top 20 Entrepreneurs Under 30 List

Late nights, hard work pay off for entrepreneur

By Laura Stricker, The Sudbury Star

He's 23-years-old, a Lively native and the founder of a national company with more than 25,000 loyal members.

Dave Wilkin is also the second-youngest person on Profit Magazine's Canadian Top 20 Entrepreneurs Under 30 list.

Wilkin, who was born and raised in Lively and attended Lively District Secondary School, founded Redwood Strategic, and launched CampusPerks.ca, less than two years ago.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Gary Dmitrienko receives grant for antibiotic resistance research

Antibiotics Goodyear 2011 speech

Research teams join forces, get money to take on antibiotic resistance

from the Daily Bulletin, November 15, 2011

Monday, October 31, 2011

Waterloo recreates old mining tunnel on campus

The Earth Sciences Museum recently opened a replica mining tunnel as part of a new exhibit.

The Waterloo Region Record recently profiled the tunnel and Museum curator Peter Russell.