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Health - 30.01.2024
Western health studies prof develops ground-breaking virtual reality training
Western health studies prof develops ground-breaking virtual reality training

Innovation - 30.01.2024
Waterloo students win GenAI competition in Toronto
From investing in the circular economy to nurturing sustainable innovations, two teams pitch game-changing ideas at AI EarthHack competition By Darren McAlmont University Relations On January 18, two

Innovation - Computer Science - 30.01.2024
The future of AI will be robust, reasoning and responsible

Innovation - 30.01.2024
Results for: Publication News | Technology-Facilitated Mind Hacking: Protection of Inner Freedoms in Canadian Law

Social Sciences - 29.01.2024
UBC experts on Black History Month
UBC experts on Black History Month

Health - Pharmacology - 29.01.2024
How exercise can boost cancer treatment and recovery
How exercise can boost cancer treatment and recovery
A team of UBC researchers wants to help people living with cancer incorporate exercise as an important part of their treatment and recovery.

Health - Pharmacology - 29.01.2024
Results for: UCalgary research boosts understanding of common heart rhythm disorder
Results for: UCalgary research boosts understanding of common heart rhythm disorder
Atrial fibrillation (AF) is the most common heart rhythm disorder and is linked to severe impairments in quality of life and an increased risk of mortality due to stroke and heart failure.

Chemistry - Innovation - 26.01.2024
Reducing cancer risk with new firefighting gear
Waterloo researcher who is designing safer firefighter gear earns visit from Ontario's Solicitor General By Nicola Kelly Faculty of Engineering Recent studies have suggested that firefighters are three times more likely to die of cancer than the general population.

Agronomy / Food Science - Environment - 26.01.2024
SFU-led B.C. Centre for Agritech Innovation expands funding to boost B.C. food sovereignty
SFU-led B.C. Centre for Agritech Innovation expands funding to boost B.C. food sovereignty

Architecture - 25.01.2024
Flawed foreign ownership narratives drove 'housing nationalism' in Canada
Flawed foreign ownership narratives drove ’housing nationalism’ in Canada
The number of B.C. homes owned by people who live outside of Canada is less than half the number of homes that B.C. residents own abroad.

Health - Social Sciences - 25.01.2024
Waterloo kinesiology researcher receives $1 million PHAC grant 

Career - History / Archeology - 24.01.2024
'Sweet smell of gum': Western prof collecting stories of the iconic O-Pee-Chee Company
’Sweet smell of gum’: Western prof collecting stories of the iconic O-Pee-Chee Company

Innovation - Health - 24.01.2024
A breakthrough treatment for stroke patients
A world first: tiny camera captures colour video from inside the brain  By Naomi Grosman Velocity Physicians tasked with diagnosing stroke patients have a new tool in their arsenal thanks to an innov

Health - Life Sciences - 24.01.2024
Expert insight: Why Strep A is increasing and how it spreads
Expert insight: Why Strep A is increasing and how it spreads
Group A Streptococcus exclusively affects humans and can sometimes develop into invasive infections A jump in the number of people with serious illness caused by group A Streptococcus - also referred to as Streptococcus pyogenes or Strep A - has made headlines recently.

Life Sciences - Health - 24.01.2024
Results for: Collaborations across UCalgary's campus explore neurodevelopment in novel ways
Results for: Collaborations across UCalgary’s campus explore neurodevelopment in novel ways

Innovation - 23.01.2024
WISA has its eye on innovative pilot training
University of Waterloo researchers are breaking barriers by using eye tracking technology to transform pilot training in Canada Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Aeronautics As Canada searches for a

Linguistics / Literature - Social Sciences - 23.01.2024
AI meets citizen science to unlock the nature of storytelling
First-of-its-kind project aims to reveal purpose of storytelling across cultures with transparent artificial intelligence and community collaboration A new project led by McGill researchers seeks to understand one of humanity's oldest practices and most powerful tools-storytelling.

Life Sciences - 23.01.2024
The complexity of chewing
What could be simpler than chewing? Yet this commonplace physical act mobilizes a surprising number of muscles and neurons, and is even important for cognition.

Sport - 23.01.2024
Results for: UCalgary study looks at links between physical activity and finding community
Results for: UCalgary study looks at links between physical activity and finding community
Everyone knows working out can be great for your physical well-being, but research shows it can have a huge impact on mental and social well-being, too.

Environment - Campus - 22.01.2024
Solving the puzzle of sustainability, society and our planet
Opinion: Local governance is a key driver for increasing our global sustainability efforts  Faculty of Environment Dr. Amelia Clarke has been working on environment and sustainability issues f

Environment - Agronomy / Food Science - 22.01.2024
Balancing the potential and pitfalls of solar-powered groundwater irrigation
Clean energy technologies show promising benefits toward alleviating poverty but may have unintended consequences for groundwater depletion  The Water Institute In a bid to meet growing food producti

Earth Sciences - 22.01.2024
SFU professor and team win women’s class of World’s Toughest Row, cross the Atlantic in 38 days

Innovation - Campus - 22.01.2024
The futures we imagine for humanity and our planet

Health - Social Sciences - 22.01.2024
Inside Canada’s national dementia strategy
Where legislation meets implementation, Dr. Carrie McAiney champions the involvement of those living with dementia, and discusses the challenges that lie ahead By Jordan Flemming University Relations Dementia is a significant public health issue in Canada.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 22.01.2024
Peering into the cosmos
Opinion: The crucial role of fundamental research in nurturing curiosity, cultivating innovation  Faculty of Science Dr. Will Percival is the distinguished research chair in Astrophysics and director of the Waterloo Centre for Astrophysics.

Economics - Innovation - 22.01.2024
Protecting Canada’s energy infrastructure from cyber attacks
Using technology to prevent compromised components from entering critical supply chains By Jordan Flemming University Relations Dr. Sebastian Fischmeister and his team are working to safeguard

Innovation - Environment - 22.01.2024
Nanosized solution is making a big impact in Alberta’s oil sands
Unlocking the power of the sun with H2nanO's sustainable water treatment technology By Jordan Flemming University Relations The oil sands industry relies heavily on water for its extraction processes, resulting in significant volumes of contaminated water.

Environment - Astronomy / Space - 22.01.2024
Responding to climate change with space technology

Innovation - Computer Science - 22.01.2024
Using technology to help humans flourish
Opinion: Prioritizing purpose and values over moving fast and breaking things when it comes to new technology Faculty of Mathematics Edith Law is a professor at the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, where she co-directs the Human-Computer Interaction Lab.

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 22.01.2024
Launching the future of secure communication
Researchers at the Institute for Quantum Computing are leading Canada's first quantum satellite to protect tomorrow's data By Elizabeth Kleisath Institute for Quantum Computing In our increasingly di

Innovation - Health - 22.01.2024
Are we suffering a crisis in trust?
Opinion: Bridging the gap between the people who design and build new technologies and the people who use them Faculty of Engineering Dr. Mary Wells is the dean of the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Waterloo.

Economics - 22.01.2024
Training the tech talent of the future

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 22.01.2024
Knowing our history to know ourselves

Law - Environment - 22.01.2024
UVic's National Centre for Indigenous Laws wins prestigious design award
UVic’s National Centre for Indigenous Laws wins prestigious design award

Health - Innovation - 22.01.2024
UCalgary's research expertise helps company validate new wound-care technology
UCalgary’s research expertise helps company validate new wound-care technology
W21C Research and Innovation Centre generates evidence to show feasibility and impact of NanoSALV's cutting-edge product Chronic wounds can delay recovery, increase pain and heighten the risk for serious infection for people in hospital or other health-care settings.

Campus - Health - 19.01.2024
Waterloo expands opportunities for aspiring medical and veterinary students 

Environment - Campus - 19.01.2024
President’s Faculty Lecture highlights urgency for sustainable housing in B.C

Astronomy / Space - 19.01.2024
M87* One Year Later: Proof of a persistent black hole shadow
The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration, including Professor Daryl Haggard at McGill University, has released new images of M87* , the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy Messier 87, using data from observations taken in April 2018. With the participation of the newly commissioned Greenland Telescope and a dramatically improved recording rate across the array, the 2018 observations give us a view of the source independent from the first observations in 2017.

Innovation - Computer Science - 18.01.2024
Can we really trust AI?

Astronomy / Space - Physics - 18.01.2024
James Webb Space Telescope: finally, the edge of the Universe and beyond
James Webb Space Telescope: finally, the edge of the Universe and beyond
Stardust, cosmic cliffs, swirls of colored gas, fascinating infrared: the space observatory stationed 1.5 million kilometres from Earth reveals its first harvest of data.

Life Sciences - Astronomy / Space - 18.01.2024
Cutting-edge Western science research highlights role of collaboration
Discovering new molecules in space. Creating a salmonella vaccine for poultry - from plants. Analyzing how fear impacts animal brains in the long term.

Health - Career - 18.01.2024
Researcher recognized for promising osteoarthritis research

Social Sciences - Law - 18.01.2024
LGBTQI+ rights in Tunisia: repressive laws and free speech
LGBTQI+ rights in Tunisia: repressive laws and free speech
An UdeM sociology professor who studies issues facing LGBTQI+ communities in Tunisia highlights their challenges, hopes and struggles.

Life Sciences - Health - 18.01.2024
Looking at tau and its role in Alzheimer’s
Medical professor Jonathan Brouillette discusses the protein's accumulation in the brain - and its promise as a new therapeutic target. The effects of Alzheimer's disease are devastating: not being able to recognize loved ones, losing precious memories, losing the ability to perform simple tasks, suffering through mood swings, and so on.

Health - 18.01.2024
Where do you want to die?
A recent poll asked Quebecers where they wish to spend their final days. The results may surprise you.

Health - Pharmacology - 17.01.2024
$6.5 million grant to help improve care for Crohn’s disease patients

Environment - 17.01.2024
What Zebra mussels can teach us about combatting invasive species, developing sustainable materials

Economics - Pedagogy - 17.01.2024
Higher education analytics giant acquires Waterloo-grown 1Mentor

Campus - 16.01.2024
Engaging undergraduate students in research

Environment - 16.01.2024
Canada and Spain scientists establish new Antarctic Ocean observatory
Canada and Spain scientists establish new Antarctic Ocean observatory
Canadian and European experts in polar observation are joining forces in a new partnership that will see Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) operating a subsea observatory at the Spanish Antarctic Station, providing year-round, near real-time data on ocean conditions there.