Science

The Governor General and chair of OpenText signing books

From insulin to the electric wheelchair: Canadian innovations made the world a better place

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Governor General and OpenText chair present co-authored book at the University of Waterloo

Dark matter composite image

The first image of a dark matter web that connects galaxies

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Waterloo researchers capture the first composite image of a dark matter bridge that confirms the universe is tied together with a cosmic web

closeup of eye

The eye as a window into your pain tolerance

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Waterloo vision scientist pitches new method to quantify pain at provincial Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition

Recipients of Co-op Student of the Year awards

Top Co-op students honoured at University of Waterloo

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Co-op students from each of Waterloo's six Faculties are recognized for their outstanding achievements

Students in lecture

Waterloo professors honoured for distinguished teaching

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Faculty inspire students to learn about everything from organic chemistry to linear algebra and machine dynamics

Waterloo engineers and Ugandan Community Health Agents

Alumni work with Ugandans to increase access to safe drinking water

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Waterloo graduates are helping to bring low-cost, environmentally friendly water filters to communities in Africa

Epoch team: Lisa Tran, Keith Choy, Jade Choy, and BETS student Ryan Schmied

Waterloo team wins entrepreneurship title in London, England

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The Epoch team is one step closer to a $1M prize, beating out universities like the London School of Economics, Imperial College and MIT

View of Earth from Space

Four Waterloo alumni make Canada's astronaut short list

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Canadian Space Agency (CSA) launches campaign to recruit two new astronauts

Waterloop team at work on pod

Waterloop looks forward to next round of competition

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Student Hyperloop team returns from competition with fresh ideas for their high-speed pod

Postdoctoral fellow Jeongwan Jin and PhD candidate Christopher Pugh setting up Bob on the NRC Twin Otter Airborne Research Aircraft. (Source: NRC)

We've got photons!

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Institute for Quantum Computing researchers first to demonstrate an uplink to an airborne quantum satellite receiver prototype for secure quantum communication 

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