Waterloo researcher works alongside Indigenous communities to combine traditional knowledge with western science
From cancer research to front desk assistant, co-op and EDGE students take centre stage during National Co-op and WIL Week
Datafest builds on students’ data analysis skills to inform policymaking
Christine Muschik recognized for her early stage research in high-energy physics that could lead to solving physics’ most challenging problem
Waterloo’s partnership with the United Nations lays out a course for a better future we can all achieve together
Professor Layton distinguished guest speaker at this year’s International Women's Day dinner
Women’s Studies undergraduate program will become a new interdisciplinary program this fall
Winners will be recognized at the International Women’s Day Dinner
Canada's newest Nobel laureate receives a warm welcome on Parliament Hill.
Breadth and depth of academic excellence recognized as Waterloo solidifies its standing as one of the world’s top innovation universities.
Waterloo professor hopes conversations about race will eliminate racial misunderstandings.
Leaders at Waterloo Innovation Summit in London share views on the future of higher education in changing world
Lesson 2.5: how jellyfish can change your perspective on R&D
Waterloo researchers develop a 3D-printed device to give Team Canada players better shot control.
Leaders tell Waterloo Innovation Summit to fund basic research to commercialize unexpected outcomes
Architecture students explore the potential of 3D printing with clay to make ‘completely unique’ creations.
Nobel laureate delivers first President's Lecture of 2019.