Waterloo physicists discover new properties of superconductivity


Superconductivity could have implications for creating technologies like ultra-efficient power grids and magnetically levitating vehicles

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Getting under your skin: A video camera that tracks blood flow


A Waterloo researcher talks about his passion for developing medical imaging technology that he hopes will save lives

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Waterloo welcomes Prime Minister Justin Trudeau


See photos, videos and other highlights from Justin Trudeau's visit to campus

Justin Trudeau poses with a group of Waterloo students

Prime Minister announces $12M for new water tech partnerships


Waterloo’s Velocity Science entrepreneurs meet with Trudeau and the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development 

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The economics of selling beer in Ontario


Grocery stores sales a first step to better competition, economics professor says

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Happy Holidays from President Hamdullahpur


President Hamdullahpur thanks Waterloo students, staff and faculty and gives them one last task for 2015

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New anonymous online survey aims to protect athletes from doping


Assessment tool will help coaches and administrators identify gaps in understanding of policies on everything from hazing to harassment and doping

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Waterloo students in Paris for UN Climate Change Conference


Environment students get opportunity of a lifetime to meet delegates, listen to experts and share Waterloo sustainability story at COP21

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Researching 400 years of francophone presence in Ontario


Waterloo researchers take 17th century writings from French missionaries and explorers and share on social media

A fast moving, flooding river endangers homes

Research will help protect us from climate change storms


University of Waterloo connects with insurance industry to help communities prepare for the extreme weather of climate change