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A new screening solution: COVID-Net

Over the past several months, PCR has become the gold standard for testing COVID-19 cases. But is it the best type of test? “ have...

Christmas is just around the corner, so here are some gift ideas for tech...

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd Gen) $24.99 This small device will make an excellent gift for people of all ages. It is a bestseller smart speaker with...

The University of Waterloo and Rogers Partner in Real-World 5G Network Research

Rogers is bringing Canada’s first 5G network to 18 new cities and towns in Ontario, including Kitchener and Waterloo. This makes their 5G network...

Science Behind: Racism

In her best-selling novel, Caste: Origins of our Discontents, author Isabel Wilkerson reasons that the modern concept of race was developed during the making...

U of T-Waterloo research data to put self-driving cars to ultimate test : Canadian...

Do you hate driving in the winter? With the help of game-changing new data, collected by researchers at the University of Waterloo and the...

COVID-19 Confusion in Waterloo Region – Making Sense of it All

Back in March, it was no surprise to wake up every day to the news of increasing COVID-19 cases in the Waterloo Region, paired...

Kitchener startup connects young people with jobs

As unemployment levels reach a record high due to the COVID-19 pandemic, local startup JobJunxion is changing lives by connecting young people with jobs...

A more detailed look into the made-in-Ontario Emissions Standards Program

The Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks recently announced the made-in-Ontario Emissions Performance Standards (EPS) Program – an Ontario-specific approach to regulate greenhouse gas...

Waterloo to launch interactive gathering space map in Spring 2021

Despite increasing regulations on social gatherings amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Waterloo neighborhoods team is developing an interactive map of gathering spaces,...

The new locally developed app helps prevent users from losing their phones

A new app, developed by a UW student, tracks its user’s movements, ensuring cell phone users no longer have to worry about losing their...
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