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Nintendo Switch it on

For those who don’t know, Nintendo hosted their Nintendo Switch conference Jan. 12, where millions around the world watched a livestream to learn more...

Sci-Files: First measurement of antimatter spectrum

The concept of antimatter was first proposed in 1928 by English physicist Paul Dirac with a theory that states every atom has an equal...

Waterloo alumni listed under Forbes 30 Under 30

Several UW alumni students have been listed in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list of 2017, including co-founder of Vidyard, Devon Galloway, age 29, who...

Anticipating games in 2017

Welcome to the year 2017. While some might say that 2016 was terrible, both in real life and in the games industry, that doesn’t...

Ecology Lab collections app is ever-expanding

The Ecology Lab at the University of Waterloo started off the new academic term adding of two new collections on their app. By visiting...

A geek’s guide to gifting 2016

From cooking to gaming, Christmas 2016 is bringing some great gifts for the tech-loving geek this holiday season. Check out Imprint’s suggestions below, and...

Wrapping up the year with games

Here we are once again. It’s the end of the fall term. Courses are wrapping up, exams are just around the corner, and everybody...

Nanotech students innovate to win Teams pitched to industry leaders for cash prizes

The Quantum Nano Centre looked sharp Nov. 26 as it filled with nanoengineering students, dressed to impress the nanotech professionals there to judge the...

Leave Nintendo alone!

I wasn’t planning on talking about the NES Classic Edition until I put it through the ringer for a review, but I think dismissing a...

Canadians cry fowl over ignoring voters’ choice of national bird

Citizens from across Canada made their opinions heard in an election last week and, though not political in nature, it certainly caused an uproar...
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