McPhee and students looking at parts of a car

Waterloo’s $10M dream facility for smarter, greener cars


Researchers will work to develop self-driving cars that have no emissions

Tahnee Prior

Climate change: Are women more vulnerable than men?


Waterloo’s recent Trudeau Foundation scholarship winner talks about how climate change magnifies gender inequality

Bryan Nerger

One grad’s dreams come true thanks to Waterloo co-op


Engineering grad heads to Princeton after co-op terms as a researcher at Waterloo, Harvard, Xerox, and an MIT startup

Royal couple arrives at the University of Waterloo

Dutch royal couple charms crowds at the University of Waterloo


Crowds are gathered at the Institute for Quantum computing where the royal couple is helping to build bridges between Canadian and Dutch scientists

Madelaine Liddy receiving her award

Quantum researcher awarded Dutch liberation scholarship


Waterloo student is among first to receive scholarship that honours the role Canada played liberating the Netherlands

Dutch civilians and Canadian Army troops celebrating the Liberation

Waterloo historian reflects on the liberation of the Netherlands


“The three Canadian war cemeteries in the Netherlands remain immaculate after 70 years. They stand as enduring reminders of the relationship between our two countries,” says Waterloo researcher

Photograph of letter written by Private Laubenstein's mother in 1945 asking for a  photo of her son's grave

Liberating the Netherlands: The story behind a Canadian soldier killed in battle


Waterloo history student honours Private Albert Laubenstein whose remains were found last year - almost 70 years after he was killed in World War Two

Phragmites australis

Canada’s worst invasive wetland plant is destroying bird nesting areas


Waterloo researchers investigate how a giant reed from Europe is affecting bird habitats in Lake Erie’s Long Point Marsh

Researcher working in the lab

Waving the flag for Canadian Research


Waterloo partners in national campaign to raise the profile of Canadian research

a decimated whitebark pine tree

An alternative approach to dealing with invasive species


The whitebark pine tree has been decimated by a beetle and a killer fungus. A Waterloo researcher says it’s time to move the trees to new ground