Science & Tech

Science & Tech

Twenty years and still on top

It was late-December of 2010 when I came home for the holidays to be greeted by the newest issue of GameInformer. On the cover...

I got a copyright notice — now what?

Recently, some UW students have received notices via email saying they’ve infringed on someone’s copyright. These emails can be confusing to parse and can...

The warrior and the Gamergate: A perspective on Brianna Wu

Within room 0101 in the Quantum-Nano Centre, the tension was palpable. There was an anxiety about angry emails and possible threats. This wasn’t a...

You gotta face it baby, things go bump in the night

I have a weird relationship with the horror genre. When it comes to anything but video games, I hate horror with a passion. I find the...

Gem Show rocks UW campus

Crowds of gemologists, archaeologists, and general rock enthusiasts gathered at the University of Waterloo’s Earth Sciences Museum on Oct. 28 to Oct. 29 to...

Police drones rescue from the sky

Drones are an increasingly popular tool in today’s society, not only for civilians in their recreational activities, but also for law enforcement in the...

EcoLoo Fair draws crowds interested in sustainability

Curious students came together in the SLC to explore a variety of exhibits featuring different ecological subjects including conservation, sustainability, and taxonomy Oct. 25. Between...

Students delve into game dev at the Waterloo Game Jam

The latest Waterloo Game Jam saw students and aspiring game developers from across Waterloo come together for a weekend of modding and coding. The...

Velocity Garage officially opens for off-campus innovation Incubator celebrates official opening of new facility...

Local dignitaries, tech gurus, and students gathered at the Tannery in Kitchener Oct. 28 to officially open Velocity Garage and honour the hard work...

Q&A with Quantum for Everyone professor Doreen Fraser

Who is the intended audience for this course? The intended audience for the course is both non-science and science students. Very few science students at...
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