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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?
A new study on primate behaviour sheds light on a previously little-known life stage of male mantled howler monkeys, adding to our knowledge of lone male behavioural ecology.
Researchers have taken an important step in the development of a microscope to precisely guide doctors during surgery to remove brain tumors
On October 21 the University of Waterloo with will join with colleges and universities across Ontario to participate in the International Center for Academic Integrity’s (ICAI) fifth annual International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating.
Waterloo English professors offer us insights into how leaders can more effectively communicate complex scientific and technical information and help people trust them and the information they are providing.
Researchers have identified three factors that are important to young people who work from home during the coronavirus pandemic: socialization, productivity and meaningful work.
When the global pandemic was declared, people immediately began to turn to historians of the Spanish flu of 1918 to understand and learn from those experiences.
How will the world learn about the COVID-19 pandemic?
COVID-19 testing for individuals with no COVID symptoms is now available at some pharmacies in Ontario and Alberta.
Cindy Yang is the winner of the inaugural Raymond Laflamme and Janice Gregson Graduate Scholarship for Women in Quantum Information Science.
A new app for Android phones can warn users when they are about to forget their device.
While vaping increased significantly among Canadian youth over a six-year period, cigarette use remained stable or decreased, a University of Waterloo study says.
As we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, Waterloo science professor Jozef Nissimov has been working to fight misinformation, and share accurate scientific resources. We asked Professor Nissimov to explain science literacy, and why it is even more important as the world deals with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
What happens when flu season bumps up against a global pandemic?