Science & Tech

UWaterloo’s health and tech breakthroughs

Michelle Przedborski, a Department of Applied Mathematics postdoctoral fellow, determined a way to use math to treat cancer and prevent relapse. Supervised by Mohammed Kohandel,...

Appointments to the Order of Canada Four UWaterloo faculty members appointed to the Order...

Four of UWaterloo’s faculty members have been appointed to the Order of Canada. The UWaterloo members were appointed by Governor General Julie Payette on...

iGEM: building bacteria

The development of organisms through genetic engineering rises steadily in popularity each year. Although it is a controversial area in science, much of scientific...

How I almost got kicked out of COP25 UW student observes the global climate...

This year, I was fortunate enough to attend the Conference of Parties (COP), COP25, as part of the UW team.  I was one of the...

No child or pet left behind

Mostafa Alizadeh and Hajar Abedr, graduate students at UW, created a sensor that uses radar technology and artificial intelligence (AI) to detect whether a...

Teaching STEM skills (to kids)

Former colleagues, Naveed Ali and Haris Syed partner to bring Code Ninjas, founded by entrepreneur and programmer David Graham, to its first Waterloo location...

UW makes quantum leap

Researchers have discovered a new method, cycle benchmarking, that allows researchers to assess the potential of scalability and compare quantum platforms against each other. The...

Weed is coming to you

On Nov. 6th, the Ontario government said they would amend provincialregulations to allow private online recreational cannabis sales, paving the way for Waterloo’s Verda.  Verda...

UW ranked top research university

Research Infosource Inc. lists UW ranks as the top research university in Canada for the 12th year running in the listing ‘Canada’s Top 50...

No Tech For ICE spreads to Canada

Demonstrations against tech companies who work with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) have spread across cities and university campuses south of the...
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