From maze-walking robots to self-driving cars, Waterloo captures the nation
The very first computational human kidney model can help scientists better understand the effectiveness of the drugs we consume
Waterloo researcher is using AI to make legal document review more effective and efficient
New partnership between NRC and Waterloo poised to advance AI, IoT, and cybersecurity — redefining the future of work
Barbara Liskov and Shafi Goldwasser (pictured above) are two of only three women to have won the prestigious Turing Award
Waterloo researchers develop a 3D-printed device to give Team Canada players better shot control.
Leaders tell Waterloo Innovation Summit to fund basic research to commercialize unexpected outcomes
Computer science student Amir-Hossein Karimi and physics student Robie Hennigar are honoured at convocation ceremonies
Waterloo faculty and alumni featured at Canada's largest technology festival.
Schulich Leaders are excited to grow their entrepreneurial skills at Canada’s most innovative university