Despite worldwide economic turmoil, Canada’s financial institutions have been more stable than most. Waterloo actuarial scientists helped make them that way.
People are living longer than ever, which means insurance companies and pensions face bigger payouts. Waterloo actuarial scientists are helping them cope.
Across Ontario, highways stretch for thousands of kilometres. They're the foundation of our transportation system, facilitating the flow of people and goods. But what if they could do even more - like generate electricity, for instance?
How ecosystems will survive extreme weather caused by climate change.
Waterloo researcher hopes question and answer app will help fund quest for cancer cure.
Trying to eliminate bias can actually create more.
No more needles? Advances in nanotechnology could transform how we take our medicine.
Fill a room with 100 people and you can bet your bottom dollar 80 will have a tale to tell about back pain. Jack Callaghan is trying to answer why that is, and find ways to change it.
Leading a global revolution in the way we share and secure information.
Thanks to Waterloo, there are hundreds of biosphere reserves around the world – not parks or museums, but places that combine environmental protection and jobs.