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Researchers at the University of Waterloo are developing a DNA-based vaccine that can be delivered through a nasal spray.
More than 90 long-term care homes in Ontario are suffering an outbreak of COVID-19.
What is it, and does it really work?
Professor Zahid Butt, of the School of Public Health and Health Systems, answers common questions about face masks
Prof. Jimmy Lin spearheads creation of new search engine
Wade Wilson is a sports mental performance consultant
New study offers recommendations for kids to once again connect with the outdoors
As hurricane season is now upon North America, we have many questions about the particular challenges of managing disasters during COVID-19. How do governments evacuate people safely? How will already scare PPE supplies be tested?
A new report from the UN Committee on World Food Security’s High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition (HLPE) has identified actions that governments can take to move their countries closer to the goal of eliminating hunger by 2030.
Government by Zoom meeting? Is that what we’re doing, and is it good for our democracy?
Political science professor Emmett Macfarlane helps us understand what’s happening in Ottawa right now and whether or not virtual Parliament is here to stay.
Researchers have found that people sometimes tend to rely on easily manipulated factors when evaluating whether to trust a social media account named after a crisis event.
An international team of wisdom scientists led by a University of Waterloo professor have developed a Common Wisdom Model (CWM) that offers insights for exercising wisdom during societal challenges such as the current COVID-19 pandemic.
We know that cities and urban spaces have seen more cases of COVID-19 overall, but what unique challenges do rural communities face in the post COVID-19 world?
To help us understand rural recovery, we talked to Professor Heather Hall, an expert in economic development in rural Canada.
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.
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.
We know you have questions about stage 2 re-opening in Ontario so we’ve asked Professor Zahid Butt, an expert in Public Health, to help us understand what’s open, what’s closed, and why.
Toronto is being left out of the Stage 2 re-opening happening across the rest of the province next week. Why is that? And in what other ways are cities unique in how the pandemic is affecting them?