Gender equity and diversity in science and technology promote excellence in research, says Waterloo philosophy prof.
Waterloo professor hopes to support the endangered North Atlantic right whale with models that predict where plankton blooms will occur.
Examining history is the first step to forecasting the future when it comes to managing financial risk, says Waterloo professor.
Yuying Li designs algorithms and creates strategies to help avoid losses in an unpredictable economy.
The impact of quantum information processing on the world of cryptography will be broad and deep. Developing the next generation of cryptographic structures, structures that will be secure in a world with quantum technologies, is absolutely essential to robust global information security in the future.
WatRISQ offers online courses for business leaders looking for answers during tough economic times.
Mathematical modeling and biostatistics can help doctors calculate the best care options for a single patient, or influence health-care policy for millions.
University of Waterloo researchers are working to make aging easier with electronic reminders to support seniors living with dementia.
Gerry Sullivan, a former Board of Governors member and chemical engineering professor at University of Waterloo, started an entrance scholarship for students from his former high school to study math, engineering or science at Waterloo. His philanthropy appears to be contagious.
The founders of PumpUp in the VeloCity Garage believe that combining technology and wellness can improve lives.