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Researchers aim to advance human-centred design of health care technologies and water security
Targeted wetland restoration in heavily farmed areas would dramatically reduce the amount of nitrogen polluting rivers, lakes and coastal areas, a new study finds.
Dean works to promote engineering to the next generation of women
Harvard professor is an engineering global ambassador
Alumni company secures $159 million to grow math education for children using video games
Household appliances and other devices could be operated with simple voice commands using highly efficient new artificial intelligence technology.
The collaboration will build on the relationship between Waterloo and the National Research Council at a new facility in Mississauga that was officially inaugurated on November 16.
The 2021 list of innovators includes eight exceptional young people with ties to Waterloo
Faculty of Engineering medal and award recipients celebrated remotely
The first woman to helm Waterloo Engineering, she was a champion of advancing education and research
How groundbreaking research may convert CO2 into sustainable energy and combat climate change
Intellijoint Surgical pays it forward by helping Waterloo med tech startups scale globally while remaining local
Five engineering alumni behind Scope win global runner-up prize in Dyson invention contest
Engineering student and entrepreneur Sam Dugan makes his best pitch on popular CBC show
Alan Plumtree gained international attention as a developer of an ingenious invention that delivers clean, safe water to developing countries
An engineering professor at the University of Waterloo has won a national award to pursue her research in the field of carbon nanotechnology.