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Environment - Innovation - 05.12.2022
Forward thinkers: Our favourite Waterloo stories of 2022
What does the future look like? How can we prepare for it? Nine UWaterloo community members weigh in.

Social Sciences - Innovation - 02.12.2022

Innovation - 29.11.2022
Creating a technologically inclusive model of disability
Recent philosophy PhD graduate breaking new ground in disability studies By Jon Parsons University Relations Dr. Lynne Sargent's research focuses on what she defines as the "techno-inclusive mo

Environment - Innovation - 29.11.2022
Putting artificial intelligence to accelerate the energy transition in large buildings
Technology perfected by BrainBox AI uses artificial intelligence to help large buildings reduce their CO2 emissions and transition to more sustainable energy sources.

Innovation - Economics / Business - 24.11.2022

Environment - Innovation - 15.11.2022
Sustaining WindEEE's excellence entails digital transformation
Sustaining WindEEE’s excellence entails digital transformation
Our changing climate is affecting the timing, location and might of hurricanes, tornadoes and other extreme weather events, and Western University is at the forefront of international research into how to build structures and cities strong enough to withstand the blows.

Innovation - Health - 07.11.2022

Health - Innovation - 07.11.2022
A new model for innovation? How Elizabeth and Aled Edwards are driving an open science revolution
A new model for innovation? How Elizabeth and Aled Edwards are driving an open science revolution
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, scientists, corporations and governments around the world scrambled to share research data and ideas to advance the understanding of the disease and produce life-saving vaccines and therapies in record time.

Health - Innovation - 01.11.2022
Waterloo startup testing nanotechnology to reach better postoperative patient outcomes
Smart monitoring system is designed to help caregivers identify leaks, bleeds or potential infections early By Etta Di Leo University Relations Growing up, Youssef Helwa was fascinated by his mother's stories about the patients she cared for as a surgeon. Those conversations became the inspiration behind his company, FluidAI.

Innovation - Computer Science - 26.10.2022
Gift from Schmidt Futures to spark a revolution in AI-based STEM research at the University of Toronto
With the goal of accelerating scientific research through the application of artificial intelligence, Schmidt Futures is investing $148-million in nine global universities, including the University of Toronto.

Innovation - Health - 21.10.2022
Quantum technology for real world impact
Waterloo researchers share health solutions at the Quantum for Health pitch competition By Stephanie Longeway University Relations On October 20, the Transformative Quantum Technologies team hosted a

Innovation - Materials Science - 18.10.2022

Innovation - Computer Science - 05.10.2022
Four startups to watch from University of Toronto Engineering's Hatchery Demo Day 2022
Four startups to watch from University of Toronto Engineering’s Hatchery Demo Day 2022
From brain data software that simplifies neuroscience research to wearable technology that will protect older adults from fall-induced injuries, four student-led startups at the University of Toronto are moving closer to commercial viability.

Innovation - Environment - 05.10.2022

Innovation - Economics / Business - 03.10.2022

Innovation - 21.09.2022

Environment - Innovation - 19.09.2022

Innovation - Economics / Business - 16.09.2022

Innovation - Campus - 08.09.2022

Innovation - Computer Science - 08.09.2022

Innovation - Health - 07.09.2022
Making a breakthrough in bricks
Engineering student impresses judges with carbon-neutral masonry units formed using bacteria By Brian Caldwell Faculty of Engineering A project inspired by a co-op work term on a construction crew has put a Waterloo Engineering student in the running for an international invention prize.

Computer Science - Innovation - 06.09.2022

History / Archeology - Innovation - 06.09.2022

Sport - Innovation - 02.09.2022
Find school-life balance this fall
There's no shortage of ways to get involved By Jennifer Halcrow UWaterloolife Team Your university experience extends beyond the classroom.

Astronomy / Space Science - Innovation - 01.09.2022
International collaboration advances drones as next big step in planetary exploration
International collaboration advances drones as next big step in planetary exploration
Professor Catherine Neish led a team of students to Iceland to test how drones and rovers could work together for future space missions Godzilla vs. Kong. Batman vs. Superman. Drone vs. Rover? While Hollywood loves pitting iconic characters against one another in a summer blockbuster, even those fighting the same good fight, that's not the case for planetary scientists exploring the Moon, Mars and beyond.
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