Waterloo School of Pharmacy offers resources for managing medication during the holy month
Architecture professor and students share family artifacts and replica models in NYC
Datafest builds on students’ data analysis skills to inform policymaking
Christine Muschik recognized for her early stage research in high-energy physics that could lead to solving physics’ most challenging problem
Professor Layton distinguished guest speaker at this year’s International Women's Day dinner
Women’s Studies undergraduate program will become a new interdisciplinary program this fall
Waterloo professor hopes conversations about race will eliminate racial misunderstandings.
Architecture students explore the potential of 3D printing with clay to make ‘completely unique’ creations.
Nobel laureate delivers first President's Lecture of 2019.
Computer scientists hack RFID tags, giving them the ability to sense their environment.