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FLATTEN Canada: UW students fight virus with data

Monitoring and controlling COVID-19 cases is a growing global mission as infection numbers continue to rise exponentially. Countries such as South Korea and China are...

Winter weather challenges self-driving cars

The concept of self-driving cars is exciting but worthy of some concern. A key problem for self-driving cars in Ontario that differs from areas...

UW students design a summarizer extension: Jent.ly

Are you tired of having to skim through entire articles to find relevant information? A group of four UW Software Engineering students — Essa Saeed,...

Another successful year for the Kumvana Fellowship Program

Each year, Engineers Without Borders (EWB) provides ten-15 leaders from Sub-Saharan Africa the opportunity to participate in the Kumvana Fellowship Program. Fellows participate in training...

Sexism called out at UW’s School of Computer Science

Male students and faculty members at UW’s school of computer science often make misogynistic comments and microaggressions towards female colleagues and classmates according to...

An innovation at Engineers Without Borders

Engineers Without Borders (EWB) was founded at UW, and fittingly, it is also the place for the newest innovation in the organization’s history. As this...

No drip: Clothes that don’t break a sweat

Sustainability reaches new potential in the realm of clothing with a new piece of technology from the Velocity founded company Sweat Free. Sweat Free...

UW researchers first to split a photon into three parts

The Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) at UW was able to split a photon into three parts, a world first.  The last breakthrough in splitting...

UW sustainability group says lack of support is its biggest obstacle

Article by:Ikkshita Vinaya  Student clubs at UW can’t always afford reusable containers or other sustainable measures. Green Stamp Initiative (GSI) is attempting to improve the...

Procrastinator or doer: the science behind procrastination

Students often procrastinate and while their peers may think they are lazy or simply don’t care about their studies, research suggests that laziness or...
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