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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

City skyline

Do skyscrapers stress you out?

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Psychology researcher is examining how dense urban areas affect our physical and mental health

E7 building

$32.6M in federal funding for new Engineering 7 building

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New building will house research on machine intelligence, mobile robotics, autonomous vehicles and wearable biomedical devices

Professor Ken Stark taking a sample of blood in Waterloo laboratory

Omega-3 supplements can prevent childhood asthma

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Taking certain omega-3 fatty acid supplements during pregnancy can reduce the risk of childhood asthma by almost one third according to new study

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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

Feridun Hamdullahpur greets Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

2016 Year in Review

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2016 was a year of high points for the University of Waterloo. Here are a few favourites:

Postdoctoral fellow Jeongwan Jin and PhD candidate Christopher Pugh setting up Bob on the NRC Twin Otter Airborne Research Aircraft. (Source: NRC)

We've got photons!

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Institute for Quantum Computing researchers first to demonstrate an uplink to an airborne quantum satellite receiver prototype for secure quantum communication 

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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

Philosophy Professor Heather Douglas

Closing the gap between science and society

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Waterloo Philosophy Professor Heather Douglas has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

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Unlocking your hidden potential

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In the Fall 2016 issue of Waterloo Magazine: How a campus in perpetual motion evolved, became a rich source of workplace research and learned to embrace failure

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