University of Waterloo
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AI breakthrough may lead to highly personalized medicine in the treatment of serious diseases. Machine learning is now helping researchers analyze the makeup of unfamiliar cells, which could lead to more personalized medicine in the treatment of cancer and other serious diseases. Researchers at the University of Waterloo developed GraphNovo, a new program that provides a more accurate understanding of the peptide sequences in cells.
City of Kitchener's Carl Zehr Square lights up for World Antimicrobial Awareness Week By Milana Madzarac School of Pharmacy Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a top global threat to both human health and food security - with significant negative economic impacts - yet most people are unaware of the harm it is causing to society.
"Social connectedness is the best thing we can do for our health and well-being" . By Jenna Braun Faculty of Health Our neighbourhoods are essential spaces for physical activity and social connectedness.
Researcher from the School of Accounting and Finance explores how nonmonetary factors impact contestant behavior and effort levels By Kelsey Stoddart School of Accounting and Finance In today's data-driven world, holding data science competitions is a popular way to address real-world problems.
GreenHouse awards more than $18,000 to six student founded enterprises making social and environmental change By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations On November 22, GreenHouse held their 30th annual Social Impact Showcase at United College, celebrating the next generation of innovators.
How Co-op for Social Good enables students to experience the positive impacts of their work By Olivia Vanderwal Faculty of Arts Graeme Tooley is a fourth year Global Business and Digital Arts (GBDA) student and avid hockey fan.
Thanks to donor support, Campus Wellness offers a variety of programs and care for Waterloo's diverse student community By Alex Kinsella Office of Advancement University is a time of transition and new challenges for all students.
The Mancini's reflect on their faith and the philosophical principles that ground their service at The Working Centre By Jaime Philip St. Jerome's University After Joe (BA '81, MA '82, LLD '19) and Stephanie Mancini (BA '82, LLD '19) graduated in 1982 from St. Jerome's University, a federated partner of the University of Waterloo, they opened The Working Centre in downtown Kitchener to serve people facing unemployment and poverty in the community.
The University of Waterloo pays tribute to 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office November 25 marks the start of 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence, an annual campaign that acknowledges the prevalence and urgency of violence against women, girls, and gender-diverse individuals and communities, and call for its prevention.
Landscape Direct grows sales by 40 per cent since joining Velocity's incubator Velocity Blake Patterson's first time pitching his business Landscape Direct was at the Velocity Pitch Competition last fall.
A new low-cost air quality platform hopes to change the way we quantify the adverse health impacts of air pollution in low-income countries.
GreenHouse awards more than $18,000 to six student founded enterprises making social and environmental change By Angelica Marie Sanchez University Relations On November 22, GreenHouse held their 30th Social Impact Showcase at United College, celebrating the next generation of innovators.
Research shows the power of AI to develop resilience to day-to-day stressors A new AI powered app called Joyi can improve users' mood by increasing positive emotions and decreasing negative ones.
University of Waterloo engineers use AI to advance cancer treatment monitoring Engineers from the University of Waterloo are harnessing artificial intelligence to help doctors better see and control a non-invasive cancer treatment and, in the process, save lives.