Medella Health, of Waterloo, Ontario has won the national leg of the James Dyson Award, meaning that they will now advance to the international … [Read more...] about Waterloo students win national James Dyson Award for smart contact lens
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The Accelerator Centre, based out of the University of Waterloo, will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Tuesday, with a visit from the Queen of … [Read more...] about Waterloo's Accelerator Centre to celebrate 10 birthday with Governor General visit
Two Wilfrid Laurier University computer science students, Scott King and Vaughan Hilts, have won the Thomson Reuters Challenge for Best Use of Data at … [Read more...] about Laurier University students take Thomson Reuters Best Use of Data challenge at Waterloo Hacks
Researchers from the University of Waterloo have published an article in the current issue of the British Journal of Psychology, titled "Effects of … [Read more...] about Speedy typing is killing the quality of writing, say University of Waterloo researchers
Grasp, the world's first bike lock that uses a rider's thumbprint to open, has just over 10 days left on its Kickstarter campaign, during which it … [Read more...] about University of Waterloo grads launching biometric bike lock through Kickstarter campaign
A recent study conducted by researchers from both the University of Waterloo's Department of Psychology and Sheridan College's School of Humanities … [Read more...] about Does being receptive to “pseudo-profound” statements mean that you’re an idiot?
A recent study conducted by researchers from both the University of Waterloo's Department of Psychology and Sheridan College's School of Humanities … [Read more...] about Does being receptive to "pseudo-profound" statements mean that you're an idiot?
The global tourism industry emits more CO2 than all but five countries in the world, an output that could be effectively mitigated for the cost of $11 … [Read more...] about Study: Here’s the $11 solution to cleaning up the tourism business