electric car charging

Reusing electric car batteries will cut greenhouse gases


Batteries no longer strong enough to drive cars can have a second life powering lights and appliances for 10+ years, Waterloo research finds


Waterloo researcher to discuss e-cigarettes in Harvard webcast


E-cigarettes may promote tobacco use among new users, says Waterloo expert

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Can science keep MLB pitchers off the disabled list?


Biomechanical assessments along with strength training - not restricting innings - is vital to protecting pitchers from injury

Researchers monitoring standing study participant

How long should you stand — rather than sit — at your work station?


A Waterloo researcher has found that you have to stand for at least 30 minutes every hour to get health benefits

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Startup taps into maker market with a DIY soldering iron


Waterloo Engineering students win $10,000 for their capstone design project - a soldering iron that’s safer and easier to use

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Contact lens wearers: Can eye makeup cloud your vision?


Vision scientist says contact lenses can trap cosmetics in your eye and disrupt your vision 

Heidi Swanson

The mathematics of solving the invasive species problem


New statistical tool can help ecologists predict how Asian carp and zebra mussels will compete with native species for food and breeding grounds

Matt Vonk presents at last year's competition

Three Minute Thesis: Waterloo students showcase their research


Grad students working on everything from inexpensive wireless Internet to mercury in traditional Inuit food will make presentations at campus event

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Zebra mussel is inspiration for human body super glue


Waterloo engineering professor is developing a glue that may one day be used to engineer human tissues and organs

Ralph Smith

Climate change can dramatically increase invasive mussel numbers


Warmer temperatures and stronger storms will cause invasive mussels to multiply in one of Ontario’s most popular sport fishing lakes, Waterloo biologist finds