Connection

Waterloo is changing the world through its connections. Delivering global impact requires a vast network of connections, with industry, academics, governments and communities. Connections allow Waterloo researchers to share knowledge with nanotechnology researchers in China, and architecture students in Rome, to help Caribbean nations prepare for climate change impacts, and to improve the lives of millions of people by studying how we age.

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Smart antennas could “make the world a better place”

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Low-cost antennas may one day bring Internet connectivity to billions of people in developing countries

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$32.6M in federal funding for new Engineering 7 building

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New building will house research on machine intelligence, mobile robotics, autonomous vehicles and wearable biomedical devices

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Celebrating 60 years of innovation

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From 74 engineering students in 1957 to 198,000 alumni six decades later

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How racism affects health and well-being

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Register to attend campus event on mental health and racism

Feridun Hamdullahpur greets Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

2016 Year in Review

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2016 was a year of high points for the University of Waterloo. Here are a few favourites:

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Wishing you a healthy holiday season

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Waterloo's Faculty of Applied Health Sciences launches year-end video with highlights from 2016

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New Gecko Gripper can be used in manufacturing and medicine

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Waterloo engineers used the gecko for inspiration when inventing a device that can handle the delicate silicon wafers in electronics

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Join us as we look 60 years into the future

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The University of Waterloo celebrates 60 years of innovation in 2017

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Faculty of Environment wishes everyone a Happy Holiday

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The annual holiday video asks everyone to share what they love most

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Educating co-op students about workplace harassment

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Waterloo’s Co-operative Education and Career Action Centre supports young people concerned about gender-based harassment in the workplace

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