Research

Kathleen Rybczynski

Mompreneurs: Children are the greatest risk factor for women entrepreneurs

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Children actually help entrepreneurial dads stay the course but the gender difference starts to disappear when women get access to startup funds, says Waterloo economist

Smartphone impact on brain - conceptual

Heavy smartphone use linked to lower intelligence

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People who use their search engine - rather than brainpower - to solve everyday problems are lazier thinkers, Waterloo research finds

man and woman looking upset

Waterloo research: Why do people stay in unhappy relationships?

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People with low self-esteem are more likely to stay in difficult intimate relationships, says Waterloo psychology researcher

Edmund Phelps

Nobel Prize winner at Waterloo to speak about innovation

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It's not isolated visionaries like Steve Jobs that drive the economy. It's the millions of grassroots innovators that power prosperity, says Nobel laureate

David Cory

How to build a quantum computer

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Waterloo researcher David Cory shares three rules for building a quantum computer

Open data at Waterloo fosters student innovation

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University’s open data initiative is important resource for Waterloo Student Portal

Chris Eliasmith

Waterloo researchers among top in Canada

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Chris Eliasmith, who has built a computer model of the human brain, is given prestigious John C. Polanyi Award

How can parents help protect shy children from anxiety disorders?

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A warm, responsive parenting style can safeguard shy children from becoming teens with anxiety disorders, says University of Waterloo researcher

Rolf Horn - article contains video

Waterloo invention advances quantum computing research

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New device, which will be used in labs around the world to develop quantum technologies, produces fragile entangled photons in a more efficient way

Linda Nazar

Waterloo researchers advance electric car battery research

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Cheaper lithium-sulphur battery may one day take electric cars three times further, says Waterloo researcher

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