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**15.11.2023** Future leaders are learning how to tackle climate change in math class this year

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**27.10.2023**Planning for a more efficient future

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**24.10.2023**New shape makes TIME’s Best Inventions of 2023 list

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**10.10.2023**Light in dark rooms

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**28.09.2023**Exploring the marvels of mathematics

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**12.09.2023**Royal Society of Canada presents Waterloo researcher with a prestigious award

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**29.08.2023** Here’s how to conquer math anxiety and succeed this semester

So many people struggle with mathematics that there's a term for the dread you feel when faced with a calculation: math anxiety.

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**28.08.2023**Adventures in education

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**31.07.2023**Upcoming workshop dives deep into health data science

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**30.05.2023**The final lap

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**31.03.2023**Waterloo professor uses statistics to beat Tim Hortons’ Roll Up To Win

Professor Michael Wallace devises method to win 80 per cent of the time By Melodie Roschman Faculty of Mathematics Mathematician Alfré Rényi famously said that "a mathematician is a machine for turning coffee into theorems.

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**28.03.2023** Renowned mathematician collaborates with Western team to map human brain

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**06.10.2022**Waterloo recognizes academic and industry excellence with honorary doctorates

Campus - Mathematics -

**05.10.2022**Advocating for reproductive health with mathematics

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**20.09.2022** ’A conversation catalyst’: Play exploring gender, diversity and unconscious bias in STEM comes to University of Toronto

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**15.09.2022** Western Academy for Advanced Research officially launches

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**25.08.2022** A Nobel in physics visits UdeM

British scientist Duncan Haldane, co-recipient of a Nobel prize in physics in 2016, is here for an international conference on conformal field theories and quantum 'many-body" physics.

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**15.08.2022** University of Toronto professor emeritus creates scholarship to support emerging minds in math

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**05.07.2022** A former UdeM postdoc gets the ’Nobel prize of mathematics’

Sport - Mathematics -

**16.06.2022** Want to improve your HORSE play? Stats expert breaks down the popular basketball game’s odds

For NBA stars and driveway basketball enthusiasts alike, the game HORSE conjures up memories of intense schoolyard competitions and boisterous neighbourhood hangouts.

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**07.06.2022**Waterloo students awarded prestigious Governor General’s Gold Medal

Graduate students Patrick Naylor, Michael Tyler Paris and Simone Hu are recognized for their outstanding academic record and research By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations The University of

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**20.05.2022**Faculty of Mathematics professors named University Research Chairs

May 20, 2022 Chaitanya Swamy and William Slofstra among this year's winners of Waterloo designation for research excellence By Jon Parsons Faculty of Mathematics Two researchers from the Faculty of Mathematics have been awarded University Research Chairs.

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**16.05.2022**I’m a natural ambassador to the Waterloo brand

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**10.05.2022**Waterloo celebrates Women in Mathematics Day

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**09.05.2022**Mathematical beauty at the limits of the possible

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**09.05.2022**Creating the statistical tools to solve the big problems

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**12.04.2022** Erica Walker, an expert in math education, appointed dean of OISE

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**15.03.2022**SDGs: a new tool to support evidence-based decision-making

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**09.09.2021**From Noether to Nightingale, University of Toronto course shines light on math’s women pioneers

Social Sciences - Today

International Mountain Day: 'Benchmark' assessment reveals depth of Indigenous Peoples' relationship with Canada's mountains

International Mountain Day: 'Benchmark' assessment reveals depth of Indigenous Peoples' relationship with Canada's mountains

Architecture - Today

Results for: Survey asks Calgarians what they think about Airbnb in their community

Results for: Survey asks Calgarians what they think about Airbnb in their community

Earth Sciences - Dec 8

Results for: Accessibility of public places for people with disabilities lags in Calgary

Results for: Accessibility of public places for people with disabilities lags in Calgary

Earth Sciences - Dec 7

SFU professor part of all-woman crew rowing across Atlantic for ocean conservation

SFU professor part of all-woman crew rowing across Atlantic for ocean conservation

Computer Science - Dec 6

Expert insight: Third-party Xbox controller ban could leave disabled gamers excluded

Expert insight: Third-party Xbox controller ban could leave disabled gamers excluded