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Indigenous and Black Engineering and Technology (IBET) Momentum Fellowships address an urgent need to encourage and support the pursuit of graduate studies by under-represented groups.
Household appliances and other devices could be operated with simple voice commands using highly efficient new artificial intelligence technology.
The Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines have fueled both hope and falsehood. Here, Professor Kelly Grindrod debunks the most common myths she and her colleagues have heard about the new COVID-19 protection.
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are being administered across Canada to priority groups.
We spoke to pharmacist and drug expert Professor Kelly Grindrod to answer some commonly asked questions about getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
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.
When we can’t be physically close to anyone, social media helps keep us connected. But during these difficult and busy times, social media can also be a mentally exhausting place. Too much news intake can trigger feelings of anxiety and depression.
We asked Professor Shana Macdonald, an expert in social media, to remind us of how to limit our news intake while staying engaged and connected virtually.
President-designate, two alumni and a professor emeritus are among honourees
AI models can optimize health-care delivery to help offset the backlog of elective surgeries caused by COVID-19.
Targeted wetland restoration in heavily farmed areas would dramatically reduce the amount of nitrogen polluting rivers, lakes and coastal areas, a new study finds.
Researchers have found a way to use comic strips to teach coding to novice learners.
The implementation of a blockchain-based system could resolve many of the challenges facing current electronic medical records for British Columbia patients.
Super or sour, research shows work-integrated learning experiences develop entrepreneurs
The Climate Risk Matrix, developed by the Intact Centre, is a tool that institutional investors can use to identify material physical risks that investee companies face from climate-related extreme weather events.
Climate change is accelerating shrub growth across many northern regions, which has important consequences for people and wildlife there.
Household smart thermostat sensors can be used to help monitor the health of older adults and home patients, according to results from a new University of Waterloo pilot study.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown us with alarming prevalence, the existence of people who simply refuse to listen to expert advice.
When it comes to large groups who refuse to wear masks, or the potential for many people to refuse a vaccine – there are real and often dangerous consequences to grapple with.
How do we combat this phenomenon?