A recent poll in Maclean's magazine has positioned Waterloo as the top university for post-graduation employment.
New $2.7 million project funded by Department of National Defence will develop technology for quantum radar
Daniel Recchia awarded $2,500 for 3D projection mapping design.
5G set to improve wireless service and bring new capabilities to cellular networks.
Waterloo.ai will focus on fostering and supporting campus-wide AI research.
Profiles of three female founders that have made a significant social, economic, and environmental impact with their startups.
13th International Women's Day Dinner held and winners of HeForShe Writing Contest announced with published anthology book
Bad information is worse than no information at all.
$117.6-million federal program enhances science, research and innovation excellence.
Esch winners set their sights on "changing the world."
Second time's a charm for returning competitor A-Line Orthopaedics.
University of Waterloo faculty and grad students are honoured for excellence in teaching.
Third-year Biomedical Engineering co-op student Pascale Walters is writing code to analyze genomic data to characterize cancer evolution.
Artificial intelligence can be used to build autonomous weapons or help diagnose cancer. Experts at the first Waterloo Innovation Summit speaker series pose questions about the future of AI and quantum computing
Third-year Honours Arts student Aaron Cole excels in Waterloo's new work-integrated learning and experiential education certificate program, EDGE.
Third-year Environment, Resources and Sustainability student Hannah Dubber kicks off her co-op in Kitchener as Program Coordinator with Sustainable Waterloo Region.
Second-year mathematical physics student heads to South Korea for unforgettable co-op experience.