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New technology can quickly and accurately monitor glucose levels in people with diabetes without painful finger pricks to draw blood.
Researchers have discovered that air filtration devices in dental offices could significantly reduce potential COVID-19 transmission through aerosols.
'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.
Annual limits for watering lawns and gardens reduce consumption only during hot, dry periods
Researchers have taken an important step in the development of a microscope to precisely guide doctors during surgery to remove brain tumors
AMTD Scholars are the first recipients of a postdoctoral fellowship created by a Waterloo alumnus-led foundation
Edris Madadian is developing technology to remove toxic chemicals from wastewater
Designed to interact with people, the humanoid robot will be trained to eventually support in situations that are too dangerous, too repetitive or too boring for humans
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.
Determining COVID-19 immunity with blood testing
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.
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
An alumnus helped design an e-trike in the Philippines now used to carry medical professionals and equipment
New AI algorithms that provide information about physical distancing, the isolation measures that a person who tested positive for COVID has taken, and testing results for individuals will be incorporated into a contact tracing app to better forecast the spread of COVID-19 and predict any further outbreaks of the virus.