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Pharmacy co-op students, employers and staff collaborated to achieve 100 per cent co-op employment for pharmacy students throughout 2020
While vaping increased significantly among Canadian youth over a six-year period, cigarette use remained stable or decreased, a University of Waterloo study says.
Kirsten Mosey found her purpose by volunteering in a refugee camp and working on a co-op term with Waterloo’s entrepreneurial Centre for Peace Advancement
As we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, Waterloo science professor Jozef Nissimov has been working to fight misinformation, and share accurate scientific resources. We asked Professor Nissimov to explain science literacy, and why it is even more important as the world deals with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Most Canadians living in flood risk areas do not know their homes are in danger, which could cost Canadian taxpayers billions in population resettlement.
Designed to interact with people, the humanoid robot will be trained to eventually support in situations that are too dangerous, too repetitive or too boring for humans
New technology can quickly and accurately monitor glucose levels in people with diabetes without painful finger pricks to draw blood.
Engineering students mark International Education Week by discussing highlights of living and learning abroad
Four companies affiliated with the University of Waterloo pitched to investors at the online-only event
Researchers have discovered that air filtration devices in dental offices could significantly reduce potential COVID-19 transmission through aerosols.
Two of three top spots for national James Dyson Award go to Waterloo Engineering entries
A policy change that allowed alcohol to be sold in grocery stores in Ontario has led some teens to go from abstaining from alcohol to binge-drinking multiple times per week, a new study has found.
Waterloo’s Faculty of Mathematics creates course to help incoming students affected by COVID-19
Researchers have discovered that a single, 20-minute session of non-invasive brain stimulation of the visual cortex can reduce the effects of macular degeneration.
New institute leverages Waterloo’s rich talent database to advance research on all forms of work-integrated learning for an increasingly complex workplace
Remembering Scott Vanstone and tracing his connections, influence and career
The Great Lakes are the largest freshwater system in the world - what happens to our economy when they are damaged by climate change?