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Waterloo is changing the world. This institution is no ivory tower, isolated from the outside. Waterloo is committed to building a better world through innovation, research with broad societal impact, and a network of connections that span disciplines, countries and continents. 

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Holocaust offers lessons for modern times

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 Grimm Lecture explores political parallels to early 20th century

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Six Warriors represent Canada at the World University Games

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‘You just can’t turn down a chance to represent your country’ coach says

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Artificial intelligence and the Waterloo-Toronto tech supercluster

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University of Waterloo will play important role with applied AI solutions for everything from healthcare to finance and transportation

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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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Welcoming the Year of the Rooster

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An array of festivities to celebrate the new year

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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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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

Katarina Ilic, co-founder of Voltera

A woman engineer: What December 6 means to me

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Award-winning startup co-founder and Waterloo engineering grad Katarina Ilic reflects on the harm extreme prejudice causes in society

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