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Waterloo startup performs world’s first autonomous robotic needle-less injection

For the first time ever, a company founded out of the University of Waterloo’s Velocity has performed a completely autonomous robotic intramuscular injection. The needle-less...

Fighting fire with fire: Indigenous fire stewardship as a climate adaptation strategy

The Ecological Legacies Lab at the University of Waterloo has published a collaborative paper between postdoctoral, graduate and undergraduate students on humanity’s long-term relationship...

Black entrepreneur incubator to ‘LiftOff’ in 2022

A business incubator for Black entrepreneurs is ready to launch in Waterloo Region, with its first cohort of aspiring business owners to be accepted...

UW chemists develop new, non-invasive blood sugar testing methods using saliva

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a new, non-invasive method of testing blood sugar levels for diabetes patients. Diabetes is caused by an...

AI system to analyze hockey developed by VIP Lab

Researchers at the University of Waterloo’s Vision and Image Processing (VIP) Lab have developed a way to analyze videos of hockey games using artificial...

UW researcher aims to prevent environmental disasters involving mine waste

Nahyan Rana, a second-year PhD student studying engineering geology at the University of Waterloo’s Department of Earth and Environmental Science, is leading an international...

Reusables v. non-reusables: Are they really that much better?

According to the World Economic Forum, only about 14 per cent of plastic packaging is collected for recycling purposes. Within that number, a majority...

2021 Vision: Do you have plant blindness?

Can you name and describe your favourite animal, either from adulthood or childhood? How about for plants? Do you have a favourite? Surprisingly, or not,...

Waterloo Institute of Sustainable Aeronautics: First of its kind in Canada

The Waterloo Institute of Sustainable Aeronautics (WISA) has officially become Canada's first research institute focused on making air transport more sustainable, following its launch...

UW graduate finding success in biomedical technology

University of Waterloo electrical engineering graduates and friends, Frank Baylis and Kris Shah, have achieved great success in the biomedical technology field and, together,...
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