Grad student’s winning paper illustrates the paradoxes of Somali nomadism and the desire for a temporary hut to be a home
Waterloo’s expertise in mobility technology is helping transform the community
When looking for a campus with the right stuff to trial its scooters, Lime saw Waterloo’s courage and commitment to embrace new technology as irresistible
Waterloo researcher works alongside Indigenous communities to combine traditional knowledge with western science
Waterloo’s partnership with the United Nations lays out a course for a better future we can all achieve together
Waterloo researcher uses sound and artificial intelligence technology to detect problems.
Part environmental movement, part budding social enterprise, PickWaste works to raise awareness about environmental issues and empower people to take action.
President’s Lecture: In conversation with Chancellor Dominic Barton
Jennifer Clapp wins Innis-Gérin Medal for enriching social sciences literature.
Phoebe Stephens wins prestigious honour for research on investing for sustainable food systems.