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UW PhD candidate featured at national level Jason Deglint places second in Enactus National...

Every year, Enactus, a community of entrepreneurial leaders, runs the Enactus Canada National Exposition, a three-day competition to provide a platform for entrepreneurs to...

Going the way of the dinosaurs

In 2017, the University of Waterloo disclosed its investments in a number of fossil fuel companies. The disclosure provided information on 7.24 per cent...

World Water Day at UWaterloo A plan for safe water for all

On Mar. 22, 2019, the Water Institute will be hosting its World Water Day event on UWaterloo Campus. This event runs from 9 a.m....

If I could turn back time…. Researchers find a way to virtually, “reverse...

Digital computing is performed by breaking everything down into a sequence of ones and zeros, known as bits. Quantum computers vary from this, in...

Plastic: can’t live without it Community dialogue to focus on reducing plastic consumption

Plastic has become a part of daily life and there appears to be no way around it. Food comes in plastic wrappers, electronics come...

Nestlé water opposed by Ontarians

Drought is an issue that has plagued Southern Ontario and British Columbia in recent years. This is why the Council of Canadians has been...

The science behind… the power nap

Feeling tired or groggy in the middle of the day? Do you often use coffee, soda, or energy drinks to fight through the fatigue...

Research for new chlamydia treatment

Sexually transmitted infections (STI) have hit an all-time high in the U.S. and Canada. North Americans are consistently being infected with ailments such as...

Oxygen found in ancient rocks

A research team believes that ancient rocks are the key to understanding Earth’s early history. Researchers from Arizona State University (ASU) believe these rocks...

UW: on the way to zero waste UW continues zero waste action plan started...

In 2017, the University of Waterloo (UW) committed to become a zero waste campus (90 per cent diversion rate) by 2035. This objective requires...
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