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School of Pharmacy takes informatics online
An experiment that began by testing the properties of quantum entanglement has led to the discovery of a new diagnostic tool that could help optometrists detect macular degeneration much earlier than was previously possible.
Co-op helps biochemistry graduate find her career and purpose
A new mechanism to greatly boost the immune defense system with a specific class of drugs may be the key to treating COVID-19 and other diseases or viruses, such as HIV and cancer.
The global race to produce a vaccine that will be effective in protecting us from COVID-19
Serapis Labs develops prototype for a testing kit that is simple enough for anyone to use
Medications used to treat type-2 diabetes could be effective in stopping the spread of the COVID-19 virus in people with diabetes.
Many COVID-19 cases have been reported through community transmission, with 81 per cent of COVID-19 cases in Canada likely spreading this way.
What can be done to track the spread of COVID-19 on surfaces in our community?
Despite the pandemic, Waterloo’s Centre for Sight Enhancement continues low vision support
Professor Kelly Grindrod explains why drug shortages are occurring, which medications are affected, and how Canadians can access medications at this time.