Professor Layton distinguished guest speaker at this year’s International Women's Day dinner
Lesson 2.5: how jellyfish can change your perspective on R&D
Leaders tell Waterloo Innovation Summit to fund basic research to commercialize unexpected outcomes
At least 11 alumni and former students make nationally recognized list for 2019.
Computer scientists hack RFID tags, giving them the ability to sense their environment.
Speakers series generates dialogue and action on the world’s most pressing issues.
Computer science student Amir-Hossein Karimi and physics student Robie Hennigar are honoured at convocation ceremonies
Students pursuing programs in science, technology, engineering or mathematics at the University of Waterloo recognized with $12,000 scholarships.
Schulich Leaders are excited to grow their entrepreneurial skills at Canada’s most innovative university
Cheriton School of Computer Science Professor Christopher Batty has developed a way to animate the behaviour of viscous liquids with accuracy that has eluded computer-animation researchers.