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Environment - Economics - 21.02.2024
Report makes five recommendations to promote regenerative farming 
Report makes five recommendations to promote regenerative farming 

Economics - 16.02.2024
Schulich prof writes book on how to make pipelines safer
Schulich prof writes book on how to make pipelines safer

Economics - Campus - 15.02.2024
Université de Montréal launches the largest fundraising drive in its history

Economics - Campus - 15.02.2024
Introducing the co-chairs of UdeM's new fundraising campaign
Introducing the co-chairs of UdeM’s new fundraising campaign

Economics - Campus - 15.02.2024
Pierre Boivin named 21st Chancellor of McGill University

History / Archeology - Economics - 08.02.2024
Discovering Canada’s trailblazing Black accountants

Economics - Innovation - 07.02.2024
Unlocking the power of AI

Economics - 22.01.2024
Training the tech talent of the future

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

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

Economics - 09.01.2024
From student investor to startup success

Economics - 08.01.2024
Student-led fund invests in the student experience

Environment - Economics - 19.12.2023
As the world gathered at COP to talk, young entrepreneurs act

Environment - Economics - 15.12.2023
McGill University divests from direct holdings in Carbon Underground 200 fossil-fuel companies; announces new socially responsible investment commitments

Campus - Economics - 14.12.2023
McGill calls on Premier Legault to reverse decision, citing devastating effects on Quebec and the University

Economics - 13.12.2023
Results for: Publication News | Not Fit for Purpose: Oil Sands Mines and Alberta’s Mine Financial Security Program

Economics - Innovation - 08.12.2023
Finding alignment to accelerate research to commercialization

Earth Sciences - Economics - 08.12.2023
Results for: Accessibility of public places for people with disabilities lags in Calgary
Motivated by her late father's disability, UCalgary geographer Victoria Fast leads Mapping Our Cities for All project to measure accessibility of Canadian cities Dr. Victoria Fast, PhD, and her

Economics - Agronomy / Food Science - 07.12.2023
Food prices projected to rise in 2024, but less than previous years
Overall food prices will increase between 2.5 to 4.5 per cent in 2024, according to the 14 edition of Canada's Food Price Report released today.

Economics - 07.12.2023
People more likely to behave unethically toward groups than individuals: UBC study
People are more likely to act deceptively when dealing with a group than an individual, according to research from the UBC Sauder School of Business.

Economics - Psychology - 06.12.2023
Do terrorist attacks and mass shootings make big companies more ’honest’
A new study about the effect of terror incidents on financial reporting says they might Terrorist attacks and mass shootings are devastating for the people and communities they affect.

Innovation - Economics - 05.12.2023
Who’s afraid of ChatGPT’s creativity?
Literature professor Marcello Vitali-Rosati has some thoughts on the question.

Innovation - Economics - 01.12.2023
Perfected pitches shine at Velocity Pitch Competition

Economics - Health - 30.11.2023
Waterloo alumni named among Forbes 30 Under 30

Environment - Economics - 28.11.2023
UN climate conference should not be 'business as usual', say climate experts
UN climate conference should not be ’business as usual’, say climate experts

Career - Economics - 27.11.2023
WatSPEED secures $3.1M in funding to offer high-demand skills training for Canadian workers

Economics - Campus - 24.11.2023
Past Velocity Pitch Competition winner expands into U.S. market

Career - Economics - 22.11.2023
Leaders can break down ’benevolent marginalization’
Study shows how leaders can break down "benevolent marginalization" Western professor co-authors paper on how firms' EDI initiatives often affect disadvantaged groups negatively There has been signifi

Environment - Economics - 20.11.2023
Class of 2023: Study of cutting-edge biofuel project opens career paths for UCalgary students
Class of 2023: Study of cutting-edge biofuel project opens career paths for UCalgary students

Economics - Innovation - 13.11.2023
Exploring Waterloo global wonders

Economics - Innovation - 10.11.2023
Tech Horizons event enlightens business leaders

Innovation - Economics - 08.11.2023
Innovation Challenge winner embraces AI and the path of entrepreneurship

Environment - Economics - 03.11.2023
Sustainable alternatives key to combating fast fashion’s environmental toll
For the last three decades, the advent of "fast fashion" has disrupted the traditional fashion cycles by capitalizing on retailers' and consumers' responsiveness to the novelty of new fashion trends.

Computer Science - Economics - 02.11.2023
Waterloo’s Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute secures $3.3M in NCC funding

Innovation - Economics - 01.11.2023
Rogers and Waterloo renew commitment to 5G partnership through 2025

Economics - Career - 27.10.2023
How to navigate the early-stage startup founder path

Mathematics - Economics - 27.10.2023
Planning for a more efficient future

Campus - Economics - 24.10.2023
Waterloo names triple alum Dr. Jagdeep Singh Bachher as chancellor

Environment - Economics - 24.10.2023
New report from Ivey shows how to combat corporate 'greenwashing'
New report from Ivey shows how to combat corporate ’greenwashing’

Economics - Innovation - 18.10.2023
Summer-quality, Canadian-grown strawberries in January

Economics - Innovation - 16.10.2023
Nearly half as many people are launching businesses as 20 years ago
Nearly half as many people are launching businesses as 20 years ago

Economics - Innovation - 12.10.2023
Mastercard Invests in University of Waterloo Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute

Innovation - Economics - 06.10.2023
Gen Z imagines innovative finance tools using virtual reality and 5G

Transport - Economics - 28.09.2023
WISA sends electric aviation soaring in Canada
Waterloo researchers are helping to clear the regulatory runway for electric planes and transport the Canadian aviation sector to new heights Waterloo Institute for Sustainable Aeronautics University of Waterloo is leading the charge in Canada's electric aviation evolution.

Health - Economics - 28.09.2023
People who use alternative medicine favour risk and novelty, and distrust science
People who use alternative medicine favour risk and novelty, and distrust science
Science, Health & Technology Ayomide Gbadamosi Over 40 per cent of Canadians have used at least one risk-associated alternative health-care treatment in the past 12 months, says a new UBC study published in PLOS One.

Economics - Innovation - 20.09.2023
Students challenged to bridge banking and tech with VR and 5G

Innovation - Economics - 14.09.2023
Create your own virtual world - no coding expertise necessary
Mtion's new product opens novel ways for creativity and connection via live-streaming   There is a massive world online forging human connection through virtualized forms of reality.

Innovation - Economics - 12.09.2023
Waterloo leads Canadian universities in producing successful entrepreneurs

Environment - Economics - 11.09.2023
Event: Climate Economy Summit
Event: Climate Economy Summit

Economics - 07.09.2023
Many people have biased perceptions of EDI leaders: study
Many people have biased perceptions of EDI leaders: study
For the past decade, companies across North America have paid more attention to supporting equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI). This has prompted many organizations to create a leadership role fully dedicated to advancing EDI - so much so that between 2015 and 2020, the job title "head of diversity" increased 107 percent on LinkedIn.
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