Research

Applied Health Sciences Professor Middleton

Can exercise prevent dementia?

Share

Waterloo researcher examines link between exercise, cognitive training, vitamin D and dementia

illustration of black hole

Putting Einstein’s theory of general relativity to the test

Share

Waterloo astrophysicists will test Einstein’s theory within a supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way

Waterloo professor David Cory

Research with "potential to change the world"

Share

"You can't imagine how powerful a quantum computer is going to be. We want to build one and show you," says Waterloo researcher

River with green trees

Who should pay for services that watersheds provide?

Share

Paying for watershed services could help preserve water ecoystems around the world, says Water Institute executive director

woman walking in Nakivale refugee settlement

Women in Ugandan refugee camp at increased risk of sexual violence

Share

Waterloo sociologist conducts research in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement

Canadian cyclists race in the world championships in London

Rio Olympics 2016: Engineering speed for the Canadian track cycling team

Share

Waterloo research team had one week to design and deliver a complex handlebar connector that helps athletes stay in the optimal position for maintaining speed

Maraca Stadium, Rio de Janeiro

Can two countries host the Olympics Games together?

Share

New regulations will allow multiple cities to share a single bid, but Waterloo research suggests cities will have to find new ways to rally support

Trees burning in a wildfire

Is Fort McMurray’s water supply contaminated by the wildfire?

Share

Wildfire and water supply is a significant global problem that will intensify with climate change, says Waterloo expert

Richard Yim - this story contains video

Landmine Boys: What a new grad is doing to save lives

Share

As a boy, Waterloo engineer Richard Yim dreamed of inventing technology that would defuse landmines

Map indicating lake ice levels in Canada

Check out changes to Arctic sea and lake ice

Share

Canada’s leading polar data collection has released two animations to help the public see the impact of our changing climate

Pages