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Engineering associate dean wins national award for supporting women

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Mary Wells wins Engineers Canada award for encouraging young women to consider careers in engineering

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Radicalization starts with teen identity crisis for some youth

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Discrimination and poverty aren’t the only factors behind the radicalization of youth who leave home to fight in Syria, says Waterloo sociologist

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Mathematics professor and wartime code-breaker honoured

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Waterloo names street after William Tutte, the Bletchley Park code-breaker and brilliant mathematician who helped establish the reputation of the Faculty of Mathematics

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Waterloo’s first gender equity hackathon draws women hackers

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50 per cent of participants at #Equithon2017 were women looking for solutions to everything from gendered racism to mental health

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Globalizing the foundations of political economy

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Waterloo prof wins prestigious Killam Research Fellowship to expand understanding of the world economy beyond well-known ideas of figures like Adam Smith and Karl Marx

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Legalizing marijuana: what does it mean for Canadians?

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Canada prepares for one-in-a-lifetime natural experiment

How small businesses can have a big impact on greenhouse gas emissions

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Environment professor says municipalities play an important role in reaching Canada’s sustainability goals

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From insulin to the electric wheelchair: Canadian innovations made the world a better place

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Governor General and OpenText chair present co-authored book at the University of Waterloo

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Tool will give people access to government-censored websites

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Waterloo researchers are developing a censorship-resistance system called Slitheen to fool government censors

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Marijuana taxes should remain low to compete with street value

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Waterloo economics professor says Canada’s priority should be public health and shutting down marijuana black market

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