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Computer Science - Innovation - 19.02.2024
UdeM partners with a South Korean company on AI

Environment - Innovation - 15.02.2024
New sustainability projects at Western get seed money
New sustainability projects at Western get seed money

Innovation - Environment - 14.02.2024
Collaboration can advance the greening of materials

Career - Innovation - 13.02.2024
Innovating through technology, business and design

Innovation - Physics - 13.02.2024
UCalgary alum works on securing our digital future using quantum technology
UCalgary alum works on securing our digital future using quantum technology

Economics - Innovation - 07.02.2024
Unlocking the power of AI

Innovation - Career - 06.02.2024
Applying innovative programming to those at different career stages

Innovation - Campus - 01.02.2024
Addressing our global future with expert thought leaders

Innovation - 01.02.2024
First automated atomic force microscope makes the nanoworld visible in minutes
Nanoscale imaging company ICSPI's new product set to accelerate scientific discovery A new microscope created by a Velocity company is helping to make the nanoworld more accessible to the masses.

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

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.

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

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

Environment - Innovation - 15.01.2024
Results for: Conducting innovative research on climate models and dry reforming of methane inspires UCalgary PhD engineering students
Results for: Conducting innovative research on climate models and dry reforming of methane inspires UCalgary PhD engineering students

Innovation - Campus - 11.01.2024
ChatGPT has read almost the whole internet. That hasn't solved its diversity issues
ChatGPT has read almost the whole internet. That hasn’t solved its diversity issues
AI language models are booming. The current frontrunner is ChatGPT, which can do everything from taking a bar exam, to creating an HR policy, to writing a movie script.

Innovation - Transport - 10.01.2024
Driving up talent for Canada’s electric vehicle sector

Health - Innovation - 05.01.2024
Top healthtech innovations we’re following in 2024
The University of Waterloo has a remarkable portfolio of startups and research solving health care's most pressing challenges By Jordan Flemming University Relations Global and individual health care is experiencing disruption through a variety of technologies.

Health - Innovation - 05.01.2024
Top health-tech innovations we’re following in 2024
The University of Waterloo has a remarkable portfolio of startups and research solving health care's most pressing challenges By Jordan Flemming University Relations Global and individual health care is experiencing disruption through a variety of technologies.

Innovation - Health - 02.01.2024
Visionary inventions for eye disease
Award-winning technology promises earlier diagnosis of macular degeneration and more independence for people with visual impairments  By Karen Kawawada School of Optometry & Vision Science Navigating the world safely can be a major challenge for people with vision impairments.

Physics - Innovation - 19.12.2023
The stories that shaped our 2023
The stories that shaped our 2023

Health - Innovation - 18.12.2023
Donation of $8.5 million strengthens hearing science and innovation 
Donation of $8.5 million strengthens hearing science and innovation 

Innovation - Environment - 15.12.2023
The future of quantum computing in environmental and health sciences
TQT Quantum Opportunities and Showcase sheds light on quantum research advancements, discoveries and real-world applications By Jordan Flemming University Relations Practical and scalable quantum com

Law - Innovation - 13.12.2023
Catherine Régis to take up new IVADO post
Catherine Régis to take up new IVADO post

Health - Innovation - 13.12.2023
Breakthrough X-ray technology goes from concept to medical standard
Breakthrough X-ray technology goes from concept to medical standard
University of Waterloo's Karim S. Karim leads global effort to establish IEC standard for new X-ray technology.

Law - Innovation - 13.12.2023
UCalgary legal researchers receive grant to expand offerings in cybersecurity

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

Innovation - Research Management - 07.12.2023
Waterloo is Canada’s top comprehensive research university

Pedagogy - Innovation - 07.12.2023
Alumni speakers share valuable expertise at TEDxUW

Psychology - Innovation - 05.12.2023
Western prof collaborates with industry for hearing care innovation 
Western prof collaborates with industry for hearing care innovation 
Most have experienced it - struggling to hear a conversation in a noisy restaurant or deciphering a TV dialogue while the dishwasher roars in the background.

Social Sciences - Innovation - 05.12.2023
Growing Waterloo’s connections in Africa

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

Environment - Innovation - 01.12.2023
Waterloo tackles antagonism in academia one talk at a time

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

Environment - Innovation - 30.11.2023
Expert insight: COP28: How 7 policies could help save a billion lives by 2100
Expert insight: COP28: How 7 policies could help save a billion lives by 2100
Each policy will help reduce carbon emissions, preventing concomitant climate change and premature deaths In a recent review of more than 180 peer-reviewed articles - which I conducted with fellow res

Innovation - 29.11.2023
Results for: Quantum City Challenge: Quantum experts from around the world invited to work on 3 problems specific to Alberta

Computer Science - Innovation - 29.11.2023
Researching the cutting edge of 5G network slicing technology
Waterloo works in partnership with Rogers to revolutionize the landscape of telecommunication and network management By Jordan Flemming University Relations The emergence of 5G technology is transforming telecommunications, granting people and industry remarkable capabilities.

Chemistry - Innovation - 28.11.2023
Finding alternatives to century-old industrial chemical process brings joy to PhD candidate
Finding alternatives to century-old industrial chemical process brings joy to PhD candidate
Alejandro J. Cuellar De Lucio wins Vanier Graduate Scholarship for researching eco-friendly method of producing ammonia The Haber-Bosch process are three words everyone should know.

Innovation - Politics - 27.11.2023
What if ChatGPT were good for ethics?
Three big challenges - educational, democratic and legal - are raised by the growing popularity of Open AI's chatbot, says UdeM philosophy professor Marc-Antoine Dilhac.

Pharmacology - Innovation - 27.11.2023
Results for: UCalgary researcher wins prestigious award for helping develop non-opioid painkillers
Results for: UCalgary researcher wins prestigious award for helping develop non-opioid painkillers

Innovation - 24.11.2023
Is ChatGPT making us dumber?
ChatGPT is getting smarter, but Serge Larivée, a professor and researcher who specializes in human intelligence, is afraid it might be dumbing us down. ChatGPT is evolving. Once a "simple" chatbot driven by artificial intelligence (AI), it's slowly turning into a true virtual assistant that people can actually speak with and show what they're talking about.

Environment - Innovation - 23.11.2023
Revolutionizing the way air quality data is shared
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