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Two of three top spots for national James Dyson Award go to Waterloo Engineering entries
'Scientists in action' are contributing to the COVID-19 fight with hundreds of research projects
Living through the COVID-19 pandemic is making people more open to the use of intelligent robots as companions.
Anson Yu will begin her engineering studies with a prestigious scholarship from the Loran Scholars Foundation worth up to $100,000
Three distinguished alumni share advice, inspiration with the next generation of professionals
More than doubling last year’s recipient pool, incoming students are recognized with $80,000 and $100,000 scholarships
Annual limits for watering lawns and gardens reduce consumption only during hot, dry periods
Canadians have seen tracing apps deployed all over the world with varying levels of success.
We asked Professor Mark Crowley, an expert in artificial intelligence and technology, to assess Canada’s version of the app.
Intellijoint Surgical pays it forward by helping Waterloo med tech startups scale globally while remaining local
New research is underway to develop a coating that will kill the COVID-19 virus immediately upon contact with any surface. The antiviral coating could be applied to all personal protective equipment and high-touch surfaces, greatly reducing the risk of community transmission of the virus.
How the right culture and global talent will help companies thrive in a post-COVID economy
First-year engineering students collaborate remotely on an IDEAs Clinic spaceship challenge
Engineering researcher Duane Cronin partners on a high-profile project backed by the NFL
Engineering professor wins federal funding to develop rapid, portable test for COVID-19
Engineering professor Bill Anderson part of major study on disinfection and reuse of PPE
For Professor Tom Brzustowski, Waterloo’s vice-president, academic for 12 years, running the University was more than rocket science
Technology developed by Ralph Haas resulted in better-performing and less costly road networks