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Bridge with red ribbons to repressent missing and murdered Indiginous women

#16daysUW: Putting gender-based violence in the spotlight

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As 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-based Violence comes to a close, Waterloo’s sexual violence response coordinator keeps the conversation going

Blood test on sheet of paper

Working toward a blood test to predict mental illness risk

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Systemic inflammation in the body may be underlying condition in mental disorders, says Waterloo researcher

microscope image of nanoparticles

Pharmacy prof receives honours for nanomedicine research

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Marianna Foldvari is a global leader in non-invasive gene therapy and nanomedicine-based large drug molecule delivery

Elementary girls play a game at PhysiX Girls Matter event

PhysiX: Girls Matter event inspires 100+ girls to study science

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Grade 7 and 8 students gather on campus for hands-on workshops on everything from designing planetary mini-putt, to peering through Waterloo’s observatory telescope

Rawoofeen Chowdhury

Day of remembrance is opportunity to reflect on gender-based violence

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Nanotechnology engineering student works to foster a welcoming environment for women in engineering

Velocity Fund Finalist

Nanotech startup wins big at Velocity Fund Finals

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NanoCnet takes home top prize of $35,000 at 20th Velocity Fund Finals

Vinh Nguyen

Literature prof is honoured with prestigious Polanyi Prize

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Vinh Nguyen researches how former refugees advocate for and support other refugees

Dr. M. Tamer Özsu, a professor in the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science

Leading the new age of data management

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The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) honours pioneer Tamer Özsu, a Waterloo computer science professor

Mixed media art of Indiginous child

Using art to reflect Indigenous experiences during Canada 150+

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Face to Face art exhibition features Canadian youth from the last 150 years to draw attention to Canada’s cultural diversity

Chris Bertoia and Tre Ford holding awards together

Waterloo Warriors recognized for outstanding football season

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Rookie quarterback Tre Ford and head coach Chris Bertoia collect OUA Football Major Awards after turnaround season

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