The Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) and the Institute national d’optique have awarded Professor Melanie Campbell the 2014 CAP-INO Medal for Outstanding Achievement in Applied Photonics
Nancy Waite, Professor and Associate Director at the School of Pharmacy, wins the 2015 Journal Award from the Canadian Association for University Continuing Education. This award is given to an individual who has displayed excellence in an item in the Article, Forum, or Reports of Practice categories in the Canadian Journals of University Continuing Education (CAUCE) publication.
Traditionally, astronomy was limited to studying objects we could see, such as the stars and planets. But a new submillimetre telescope – the largest, highest and most precise of its kind – will soon change that.
Water is no longer the completely renewable resource we once thought it was according to Earth and Environmental Sciences Professor Dave Rudolph.
By Katharine Tuerke
The category is “Waterloo Superstars”.
The clue: A two-time Science graduate from the Department of Biology and latest champion on the TV game show Jeopardy!
Ring! Who is Dinu Nesan? Correct.
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