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Mechanical Engineering - 29.06.2022

Innovation - Environment - 28.06.2022
Transitioning to a net-zero economy
Canada's Innovation Corridor Summit hosts a discussion on transformative actions to support decarbonization By Stephanie Longeway University Relations On June 29, the Canada's Innovation Corridor Sum

Economics / Business - Innovation - 27.06.2022

Innovation - Environment - 27.06.2022
Startup partners with University of Toronto students to 'IKEA-fy' its fog harvesting apparatus
Startup partners with University of Toronto students to ’IKEA-fy’ its fog harvesting apparatus
When University of Toronto alumna  Eva Liu  signed up for her fourth-year capstone course in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, she had never heard of fog harvesting.

Environment - 23.06.2022
Proactive approaches needed to enable ecosystems to adapt to climate change
Proactive approaches needed to enable ecosystems to adapt to climate change
As the need to address climate change becomes increasingly urgent so too does the concurrent need for proactive stewardship of the Earth's rapidly changing biosphere, according to research published today in the journal Science.

Environment - 23.06.2022
UBC experts call for proactive approach to prepare for more extreme wildfires
UBC experts call for proactive approach to prepare for more extreme wildfires
Wildfires have grown in frequency, intensity and overall burned area due to climate change. This year, communities in B.C. and Canada are bracing for this pattern to continue.

Research Management - Earth Sciences - 23.06.2022

Architecture - 22.06.2022
Team receives funding to investigate the lack of family-sized apartment housing in Waterloo
SSHRC provides funding for Waterloo team to investigate the "missing middle" of residential housing By Three researchers from the University of Waterloo's Faculty of Environment have been awarded fun

Environment - Health - 22.06.2022
UBC experts on warmer weekend weather
UBC experts on warmer weekend weather
The first warm spell of summer in southwestern B.C. is expected to bring temperatures of around 30 C and an increased risk of flooding as snow melts.

Campus - Event - 22.06.2022

Campus - Event - 22.06.2022

Social Sciences - Economics / Business - 21.06.2022

Materials Science - Campus - 21.06.2022

Social Sciences - 20.06.2022
Q and A with the experts: Reclaiming Indigenous histories
Waterloo historian and anthropologist answers questions about the recovery and regeneration of Indigenous artifacts By During National Indigenous History Month and as we celebrate National Indigenous

Environment - Administration - 20.06.2022

Religions - Health - 20.06.2022
Post-COVID, what’s the role of religion?
International researchers in four countries of the "Global North," including Canada, are looking into how majority and majority faiths are dealing with life after the pandemic. An international research project led by Queen's University Belfast, in Northern Ireland, and involving Université de Montréal will study and compare the changing role of majority and minority religions in 'global north' contexts: Canada, Germany, Ireland/Northern Ireland (UK), and Poland, as these societies emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic.
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