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Campus - Social Sciences - 12.03.2024
Inspiring inclusion at Waterloo
Inspiring inclusion at Waterloo

Computer Science - Innovation - 12.03.2024
Waterloo Blockchain growing by leaps and bounds
Waterloo Blockchain growing by leaps and bounds

Health - Veterinary - 12.03.2024
New veterinary centre of excellence is the only one of its kind in Canada
New veterinary centre of excellence is the only one of its kind in Canada

History / Archeology - Environment - 12.03.2024
Human activity on Curaçao began centuries earlier than previously believed
Human activity on Curaçao began centuries earlier than previously believed
New research co-led by Simon Fraser University and the National Archaeological Anthropological Memory Management (NAAM Foundation) in Curaçao extends the earliest known human settlement of Curaçao by centuries, adding pieces to the puzzle of pre-Colombian Caribbean history. A team of international partners have been collaborating on the C uraçao Cultural Landscape Project since 2018 to understand the long-term biodiversity change of the island, and its relationship to human activity.

Life Sciences - Health - 12.03.2024
Results for: Classic Pac-Man video game helps explain nationally recognized arthritis research
Results for: Classic Pac-Man video game helps explain nationally recognized arthritis research
Two University of Calgary scientists are being recognized for their innovations supporting the treatment of osteoarthritis, a common and debilitating swelling of the joints affecting millions worldwide. Arthritis Society Canada named Cumming School of Medicine researchers Dr. Antoine Dufour, PhD, and Dr. Roman Krawetz, PhD, among the recipients of the national charity's Top 10 Research Advances of 2023 award.

Health - Career - 11.03.2024
Taking a load off health-care workers
Taking a load off health-care workers
Engineering Research Researchers develop mobility tech to make it easier for overburdened hospital staff to do their jobs With health-care systems under increasing strain, University of Waterloo engineers are developing ways to literally lighten the load for overburdened hospital workers.

Environment - Earth Sciences - 11.03.2024
Expert explainer: Is Canada in for another extreme wildfire season?
Expert explainer: Is Canada in for another extreme wildfire season?
In 2023 Canada saw its most devastating wildfire season on record with 18.5 million hectares of forests burned, double the previous worst season in 1989, according to Natural Resources Canada.

Health - 11.03.2024
Looking at the sun, safely
Looking at the sun, safely

Health - Psychology - 11.03.2024
Addictions research receives $4 million from CIHR
Addictions research receives $4 million from CIHR

Innovation - Campus - 11.03.2024
Results for: Faculty of Science Innovation Fair a goldmine for startup exposure
Results for: Faculty of Science Innovation Fair a goldmine for startup exposure

Environment - Pedagogy - 08.03.2024
Empowering future engineers through diversity and sustainability
Empowering future engineers through diversity and sustainability

Physics - Pedagogy - 08.03.2024
Event: 700+ high school students contend for honours at UBC Physics Olympics
Event: 700+ high school students contend for honours at UBC Physics Olympics

Health - Innovation - 07.03.2024
Helping women take charge of their health
Helping women take charge of their health

Economics - Campus - 07.03.2024
Revving up female car owners' confidence to bring trust to auto repairs
Revving up female car owners’ confidence to bring trust to auto repairs

Life Sciences - 07.03.2024
One in seven deepwater sharks and rays at risk of extinction
One in seven deepwater sharks and rays at risk of extinction
One in seven species of deepwater sharks and rays are threatened with extinction due to overfishing, according to a new eight-year study released today in the journal Science .

Social Sciences - 07.03.2024
A new chapter for UWaterloo alumni in Ottawa
A new chapter for UWaterloo alumni in Ottawa

Campus - Career - 07.03.2024
Inspire inclusion
Inspire inclusion

Social Sciences - Health - 07.03.2024
Growing connections with community organizations
Growing connections with community organizations

Health - Veterinary - 07.03.2024
Veterinary students join pilot project in Nunavik
Veterinary students join pilot project in Nunavik
Between now and June, seven graduate students from UdeM's Faculty of Veterinary Medicine will participate in a pilot project to run the veterinary clinic of the Inuit village of Kuujjuaq.

Health - Pharmacology - 06.03.2024
UBC experts on Ramadan and fasting
UBC experts on Ramadan and fasting

Health - Innovation - 05.03.2024
Four takeaways from Digital Health 2024
Transformative AI innovations, data and ethics are the focus across digital health academia, clinical practice and industry By Jordan Flemming University Relations Digital Health 2024 at Stanford Univ

Innovation - Health - 05.03.2024
Founder networks and community foster investment-ready startups
Founder networks and community foster investment-ready startups

Health - Innovation - 05.03.2024
Storyhouse program offers innovative approach to share research findings
Storyhouse program offers innovative approach to share research findings
Nathan Wang doesn't consider public speaking his strong suit. So how did the fourth-year health sciences student end up on stage, alone, delivering a soliloquy about virtual health-care research? It's all thanks to Storyhouse.

Campus - History / Archeology - 05.03.2024
Augmented reality exhibit tells story of war brides and other women who helped build Alberta's oil industry
Augmented reality exhibit tells story of war brides and other women who helped build Alberta’s oil industry

Health - Innovation - 04.03.2024
Academic-industry partnerships are critical in driving health care innovation
Academic-industry partnerships are critical in driving health care innovation

Astronomy / Space - 04.03.2024
'Zero chance' infamous Apophis collides with another asteroid, redirects to Earth
’Zero chance’ infamous Apophis collides with another asteroid, redirects to Earth
When it was first discovered in 2004, Apophis was identified as one of the most dangerous asteroids, in that there was a risk that it could impact Earth.

Campus - 01.03.2024
Alumni in Asia gather to celebrate the global University of Waterloo community

Economics - Innovation - 01.03.2024
Innovative robot aims to revolutionize colorectal cancer staging accuracy

Innovation - Health - 01.03.2024
Waterloo to host Times Higher Education Digital Health 2025

Health - Pharmacology - 01.03.2024
Keeping optimism through antagonism and aggression in health-care research 
Researchers share what motivates them to continue their work despite harsh scrutiny and misinformation  By Jenna Braun Faculty of Health The rapid spread of misinformation is rampant in the highly politicized area of health research.

Environment - 29.02.2024
Driving an electric car is cheaper in some parts of Canada than others

Health - Pharmacology - 29.02.2024
A safer treatment path for high-risk children to overcome food allergies
A safer treatment path for high-risk children to overcome food allergies
New UBC research reveals a safe path to overcoming food allergies for older children and others who can't risk consuming allergens orally to build up their resistance.

Economics - Campus - 29.02.2024
Meet SFU’s 2024 Outstanding Alumni Award recipients

Life Sciences - Health - 29.02.2024
Researchers transform understanding of nicotine’s impact on the adolescent brain
A team of researchers at Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, led by professor Steven R. Laviolette, is redefining our understanding of nicotine's impact on the adolescent brain. With a $1.4-million project grant from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the team is studying the neurotoxic effects of nicotine - focusing on its intake via e-cigarettes and vapes - and exploring its link to mood and anxiety disorders among youth.

Environment - Economics - 29.02.2024
U.S. ski industry suffers $5B hit from climate change
First-of-its-kind study estimates the economic damages climate change has had on the U.S. ski industry over the past two decades The U.S. ski industry has lost more than US$5 billion over the past two decades due to human-caused climate change, according to a new study.

Mathematics - 29.02.2024
70-year-old math problem solved
An UdeM professor and his collaborators have proven Pólya's conjecture for the eigenvalues of a disk, a tricky problem in mathematics.

Life Sciences - Health - 28.02.2024
Behind the Research: Western examines the brain’s secrets   
President Alan Shepard in conversation with professors Lisa Saksida and Ravi Menon on the latest advances in neuroscience and cognition    Researchers at Western are at the forefront of unraveling the

Health - 28.02.2024
Young people at the centre of the toxic drug crisis
Young people at the centre of the toxic drug crisis

Innovation - Campus - 28.02.2024
CIBC Inclusion Award for Black Students will empower future leaders

Innovation - Environment - 27.02.2024
Beating the heat without warming the planet 

Art and Design - 27.02.2024
And the Oscar goes to

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 26.02.2024
Truth and reconciliation starts with listening

Health - Pharmacology - 26.02.2024
Expert insight: Why are syphilis cases on the rise in Canada?
Expert insight: Why are syphilis cases on the rise in Canada?
Canada has been experiencing an increasing number of syphilis diagnoses since 2016 . Numerous provinces have declared outbreaks in recent years, with the highest rates observed in the Northwest Territories, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

Economics - Innovation - 26.02.2024
Major funding for quantum tech companies spun out of Waterloo to advance and commercialize quantum technology

Architecture - Environment - 26.02.2024
Urban planning: Expanding the frontier for city schools
Urban planner and researcher Juan Torres shares his passion for visionary school design and more inclusive, sustainable communities.

Health - Campus - 26.02.2024
Results for: A slam dunk for knowledge translation at UCalgary
Results for: A slam dunk for knowledge translation at UCalgary
There are over 500 postdoctoral scholars at UCalgary bringing their expertise and ingenuity to advance research to improve the world.

Politics - Campus - 23.02.2024
Flourishing through diplomacy and creativity

Law - 23.02.2024
McGill launches legal challenge against government measures

Pedagogy - 23.02.2024
Teaching new arrivals, the right way

Health - Campus - 23.02.2024
Death of a giant of medicine
Death of a giant of medicine
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