Waterloo's health tech in action
New diabetes monitor can detect glucose levels using breath
Device links to phone app and could hit the market in 2023
Improving the lives of older adults
Leading expert in human-computer interaction joins Waterloo Engineering as new Schlegel chair
Painless patch for diabetes monitoring now being developed
Wearable patch will send crucial readings to users' smartphones
Computer model shows the best ways to slow the spread of COVID-19
Researchers simulate the transmission of variants and effects of health measures
AI models identify COVID-19 patients at the greatest risk of death, injury
AI models can help reduce the burden and cost of healthcare.
MRI innovation makes cancerous tissue light up and easier to see
New technology has promising potential to improve cancer screening
New quantum imaging could lead to a better understanding of diseases
Researchers at Waterloo are developing a technique to take MRI capabilities down to the atomic scale
Pharmacies lead the way with digital technologies to improve patient care
With lessons learned from the pandemic, Kelly Grindrod’s research continues to position pharmacies as key players in public health care
Can robots help level the playing field for children with disabilities?
A new basketball-playing robot called MyJay is part of a vision for a future in which social robots are accessible to children in public schools and libraries.