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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.
A policy change that allowed alcohol to be sold in grocery stores in Ontario has led some teens to go from abstaining from alcohol to binge-drinking multiple times per week, a new study has found.
Researchers have discovered that a single, 20-minute session of non-invasive brain stimulation of the visual cortex can reduce the effects of macular degeneration.
The Great Lakes are the largest freshwater system in the world - what happens to our economy when they are damaged by climate change?
Every year, flooding causes millions of dollars in property damage - what can be done to help mitigate this risk? A new report has laid out guidelines to do just that.
Incentive programs to encourage farmers and other landowners to protect the environment are key to conservation, but new research shows issues such as lack of enforcement undermine their effectiveness on a global scale
A fault called partial partitioning has been identified as the culprit of catastrophic computer system failures. The good news is that researchers have not only identified it; they have figured out how to fix it.
The “herd immunity strategy” has been discussed and largely rejected by scientists as a strategy to combat COVID-19. Why?
Innovator, scholar and bold leader becomes university’s seventh president
Pfizer and Moderna announced in recent days that they have vaccine candidates that are over 90 per cent effective in preventing the COVID-19 virus. How do they work? How long will it take to go back to normal once there's a vaccine being used?
Professor Mark Servos and his team have been working since early in the pandemic to develop and validate methods to detect the ruminants of SARS-CoV-2 gene fragments in wastewater. They have been working closely over the summer with other research groups, municipalities and public health agencies to develop and apply the approach and support and inform decision-makers.
An engineering professor at the University of Waterloo has won a national award to pursue her research in the field of carbon nanotechnology.
Tony Wirjanto, a curator for Insurance and Asset Management for the World Economic Forum and professor at the School of Accounting and Finance, takes us through how COVID-19 has affected the insurance industry, and what can be done about it.
Two classes of drugs commonly prescribed to people with hypertension, diabetes, kidney and heart disease may increase COVID-19 infection severity.
As we brace for another possible spike in COVID-19 infections this winter, Professor Troy Glover of Waterloo’s Recreation and Leisure program says we need a reason to bundle up and go outside. We need a winter strategy.
Researchers have created a portable version of a tiny, powerful laser device with potential applications in fields ranging from medical imaging to detecting hidden explosives.