News archive - October 2022

Thursday, October 27, 2022

Subatomic MRI could lead to new drug therapies

Artistic illustration of the lattice structure of crystalline solids.

A new imaging technique using quantum science may lead to novel drug therapies and treatment options, a recent study has found.

Wednesday, October 26, 2022

Inspiring personal and professional growth

Dave Wilkin holding a laptop while Elliott Garcea types.

The company well-known by university students and professionals for its unique approach to networking and mentorship is breaking new ground. The Waterloo alumni-founded company 10KC takes in $75 million investment to expand its offerings.

Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Wicked problems require collaborative solutions

Flat satellite image of earth.

A new pilot course on climate change, designed and taught by graduate students, is bringing together unique perspectives from across Waterloo’s faculties and inviting senior undergraduate students to register.

Friday, October 21, 2022

Alumnus Dr. Marta Witer encourages fellow optometrists to come together for a great cause

The School of Optometry and Vision Science is excited to announce that from now until October 15, 2023, Dr. Marta Witer and the Ihnatowycz Family Foundation are making a pledge to match all donations made by optometrists across Canada and the US, dollar for dollar - up to $1 million! These gifts will go towards the School of Optometry and Vision Science’s Seeing Beyond 2020 campaign to help fund the Waterloo Eye Institute (WEI).

Thursday, October 20, 2022

Graduating to new heights: Science student set for convocation and taking on new challenges

Collage of three photos of female pilot with plane.

While many of the students graduating this week have their sights set on fresh new horizons, Manouchka Bucktowar, who completed a BSc in Science and Aviation with a Physics specialization, has already experienced the horizon in ways few people ever will.