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Knowing more than you learned is every student’s dream before a test. That sounds impossible, right?  “But it turns out, it is indeed possible,”  Ilia...

Virtual Walk & Run for rare Promotes Conservation of Waterloo’s Land by Raising over...

From Sept. 1 to Sept. 27, supporters from around Canada participated in Waterloo’s ‘Walk & Run for rare’. This event raised over $41,000 to...

Three-peat victory: U of T Engineering team wins AutoDrive Challenge, Year Three

By transforming an electric car into a self-driving one, a University of Toronto engineering team — aUToronto — brought home the win for the...

Federal Government decides to accept Made-in-Ontario Emissions Performance Standards

Jeff Yurek, Minister of the Environment, Conservation, and Parks announced the federal government’s acceptance of the made-in-Ontario Emissions Performance Standards (EPS) Program as an...

A closer look at the newest Nobel laureates in Physics

This year’s recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physics – Roger Penrose, Reinhard Gezel and Andrea Ghez –  were awarded the prize for their...

Internet for 1,500 Waterloo Region Students Covered over the Summer

Smart Waterloo Region (SWR) and four charitable foundations worked together to provide internet for 1,500 students in the Waterloo Region over the summer. Due to...

New Model helps decide who should get the COVID-19 vaccine first

Researchers at UW claim that the COVID-19 vaccine should be administered to people 60 and older should it be ready by January 2021.  According to...

Waterloo University students win an honourable mention at the Formica 2020 Student Innovation Competition

Canadian students take the lead at the Formica 2020 Student Innovation Competition, among the highest ever recorded number of participants across North America. Johanne Levesque,...

Are biodiversity losses valued differently when they are caused by human activities?

Professor Dr. Roy Brouwer, Executive Director, the Water Institute, Faculty of Arts, Department of Economics, University Research Chair in Water Resources Economics at UW,...

UW student offers free services to marginalized students in STEM

Christopher Deutschman, UW MSc student, is offering free expertise to STEM students in marginalized groups to help them overcome the excessive hurdles they can...
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