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Innovation - Economics

Tony LaMantia (BA '87) is the president and CEO of Waterloo EDC (Economic Development Corporation). His impressive 30-year career spans the public sector, IT, mining and investment industries and he attributes his professional trajectory to a transformative experience offered by the University of Waterloo's unique experiential and co-operative education.

CEOs’ Human Concern Translates into Higher Stock Price

Economics - Health

Compassionate leadership has tangible benefits: CEOs' expressions of empathy correlate with positive stock performance, a study led by the University of Zurich shows. The researchers analyzed data from conference calls between CEOs and financial analysts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students pitch solution to boost productivity in manufacturing 

Economics - Career

There are more than 90,000 manufacturing plants in Canada making our food, vehicles and parts. It's an industry that contributes significantly to the

’Just have fun with it’ - Insights into the world of AI

Innovation - Economics

A panel discussion about the usage of Deep Tech and AI for companies

Fifteen arts and humanities projects selected under entrepreneurial funding scheme

Researchers in arts and humanities are exploring applications for their work thanks to a new funding scheme that encourages entrepreneurial thinking in disciplines beyond science and technology.

Getting a Grip on Canada’s Top Climate Cost - Municipal Flooding

A new tool - the Municipal Flood Risk Check-Up - launched today by the University of Waterloo's Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation , will help Canadian municipalities to assess flood hazards, level of flood preparedness, and actions to limit future flood risk.

Most countries struggle to meet climate pledges from 2009

Nineteen out of 34 countries surveyed failed to fully meet their 2020 climate commitments set 15 years ago in Copenhagen, according to a new study led by UCL researchers.

Advancing technology for aquaculture

MIT Sea Grant students apply machine learning to support local aquaculture hatcheries. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, aquaculture in the United States represents a $1.5 billion industry annually.

FHStartup Fellow SKEETOO presents natural solution against mosquitoes

Innovation - Economics

The two FH Salzburg students Kathrin Buchinger-Schlader and Daniela Gefahrt developed a project idea as part of their studies and have now presented their product - a soap that is also effective against mosquitoes and gnats - to the jury and a wide TV audience on the show "2 Minuten 2 Millionen".

EMerge Americas: Showcasing research excellence

University of Miami researchers and students will display tech innovations during the eMerge Americas 2024 conference and expo this week. The two-day event at the Miami Beach Convention Center also marks the 10th year of the conference.

For more sustainable palm oil production

Environment - Economics

Research team outlines ways to make oil palm cultivation more ecologically and economically sustainable.

Economics - Apr 16

Universal Credit Flaw Deepens Financial Insecurity for Working Families

Economics

More than half of working households' Universal Credit (UC) payments varied by £400 or more from one month to the next at least once a year.

3 Questions: Enhancing last-mile logistics with machine learning

MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics Director Matthias Winkenbach uses AI to make vehicle routing more efficient and adaptable for unexpected events.

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