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Innovation summit tackles disruption in economy and tech sectors


Waterloo welcomes Bloomberg TV anchor Amanda Lang and leaders from Tesla, Microsoft and Jigsaw for fifth annual Waterloo Innovation Summit

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Urban imagineering brings public spaces to life


New website tracks pop-up activities across region

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Waterloo grad shares vision of “home” through her art


Jess Lincoln challenges us to consider the space we make our own and the objects we surround ourselves with every day

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Waterloo software improves care for kidney patients


New automated tool at Grand River Hospital speeds up reporting and will give doctors more accurate data for better treatment plans

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Innovation lab tackles clean energy for developing world


Waterloo researchers work to provide developing regions with access to electricity for improved healthcare, education and prosperity

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Canada Day 2017


University of Waterloo’s welcomes the community as we celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation

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Reading the minds of deep learning AI systems


Waterloo researchers are analyzing how the complex computer programs that will drive our cars and help doctors diagnose illness — actually learn

Art piece by Coco Guzman featuring illustrated mens faces alongside reaching fists

Mixing research and art to tell the story of bisexual life experiences


Waterloo professor uses comics and other artforms to make findings more engaging for a general audience


Social historian wins international teaching award


Steven Bednarski wins D2L Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning for his collaborative, cross-disciplinary, hands-on approach to medieval studies

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More women are studying computer science at Waterloo


As the class of 2017 graduates this week, the Faculty of Mathematics is seeing more women in male-dominated technical programs