Could scratch tickets be a gateway drug to problem gambling?


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


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

Nanotech experts hope to take detailed pictures of molecules


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


Self-driving vehicles compete to win on increasingly complex course

Professor Luke Potwarka

Try the Track project brings cycling to recreational athletes


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

Sport doping

Doping in sport: New saliva tests will make it easier to catch cheats


Saliva strips invented by Waterloo chemists can detect a broad range of banned substances in minutes

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