Research

Mary Wells and a student

Women in engineering: a look at the personal and the professional

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Professor Mary Wells co-authors Women of Impact, a book about the lives of 18 women who work in mining, metallurgy and materials

Canada’s mental health system is failing children in crisis

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The “orphan’s orphan” of Canada’s health-care system: Children at risk of suicide are ending up in adult psychiatric units, Waterloo expert says

Athletes at Parapan AM games

Parapan Am Games: Vision scientist levels the playing field

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The visual demands of different sports are unique.  Understanding how vision impacts performance is critical to ensuring athletes are grouped fairly, says Waterloo vision scientist

Climate change: Is your weather forecaster telling the whole truth?

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Weather forecasters should be on the frontline of communicating climate change to millions of viewers, says Waterloo researcher

Michele Mosca

Internet security: Creating cryptographic tools for the quantum age

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Mathematical tools that protect the personal information you share on the internet won’t work once we have large-scale quantum computing

Could scratch tickets be a gateway drug to problem gambling?

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The Near-Miss Effect: People who almost win at scratch lottery tickets respond the same way as gamblers who experience near-misses at slot machines, Waterloo research finds

NSERC scholarships, fellowships shape the future of Waterloo research

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Track record of funding success speaks to University’s research strength

Nanotech experts hope to take detailed pictures of molecules

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Waterloo hosts NanoMRI Conference where top researchers share ideas about MRIs that would produce 3D scans at the molecular level

autonomous vehicle robot

Robot race a training ground in autonomous vehicle technology

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Self-driving vehicles compete to win on increasingly complex course

Professor Luke Potwarka

Try the Track project brings cycling to recreational athletes

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Milton's new velodrome could be a boon to track cycling long after the Pan Am Games are over, says Waterloo researcher

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