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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

PolyGone one of five teams chosen to compete at the AquaHacking 2017 finals

PolyGone, one of five teams advancing to the Waterloo's AquaHacking finals in September 2017.

The AquaHacking 2017 semi-final competition unfolded last week at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation (CIGI).

By the end of the evening, five teams were chosen to move on to the final competition at Waterloo on September 13th. It was a difficult decision for the five judges, as all 17 teams that competed offered innovative ideas that tackled the challenges and opportunities facing Lake Erie.  

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Welcoming microbiologists from across Canada

The poster session at the 2017 Canadian Society of Microbiologists conference.

Last week, the University of Waterloo hosted the 67th annual Canadian Society of Microbiologists (CSM) conference.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Aviation professor named Top 20 Under 40

Suzanne Kearns

Renowned aviation academic Suzanne Kearns, has been named to WINGS and Helicopters Magazine’s Top 20 Under 40; a list that includes 2017’s finest young leaders in the aviation and aerospace

Friday, June 9, 2017

Aviation students get a jump start on their careers

Jazz Aviation offers new program that gives qualified aviation students a more direct pathway to a major airline.

When Jenna Yee dreamed of becoming a pilot, the Waterloo Science and Aviation student assumed she’d start small, spending time in the north to get her flying career off the ground.

Monday, April 10, 2017

Waterloo finalist pitches new method to quantify pain at Ontario 3MT competition on April 12

3MT Alabi

Have you ever wondered why some people can swim for hours in a cold lake while others don’t last a minute? Everyone has a different tolerance for cold water, in much the same way that everyone processes pain differently.