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The Sault Star
Reid ready to lead by exampleis. “He knows where to be and he has an innate sense when it comes to making pl
Reid ready to lead by example
The Sault Star / Posted 9 hours ago
is. “He knows where to be and he has an innate sense when it comes to making plays.” In the fall, Reid is headed to the University of Waterloo, joining several other Sault natives on the Warriors football team. He was recruited by Waterloo and... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers find new way to control quantum systemsResearchers from the Department of Applied Mathematics and the Institute for Qu
Researchers find new way to control quantum systems
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
Researchers from the Department of Applied Mathematics and the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo have developed a versatile new way of controlling quantum systems that can affect the reliability of experiments. To develop... Read more
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Guelph Mercury
Beyoncé’s Lemonade drama — and why we always shame the ‘other woman’Beyhive. Fans admire and identify with Beyoncé, holding her on a pedestal as th
Beyoncé’s Lemonade drama — and why we always shame the ‘other woman’
Guelph Mercury / Posted yesterday
Beyhive. Fans admire and identify with Beyoncé, holding her on a pedestal as the perfect woman, says feminism expert and University of Waterloo professor Aimée Morrison. "There's this visceral reaction: if Beyoncé's husband cheats on her, what's... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Beyoncé’s Lemonade drama — and why we always shame the ‘other woman’Beyhive. Fans admire and identify with Beyoncé, holding her on a pedestal as th
Beyoncé’s Lemonade drama — and why we always shame the ‘other woman’
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted yesterday
Beyhive. Fans admire and identify with Beyoncé, holding her on a pedestal as the perfect woman, says feminism expert and University of Waterloo professor Aimée Morrison. “There’s this visceral reaction: if Beyoncé’s husband cheats on her, what’s... Read more
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International Business Times
IBM surges ahead of Google in quantum computing computers. Speaking to MIT technology review, David Corey, a researcher at the
IBM surges ahead of Google in quantum computing
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
computers. Speaking to MIT technology review, David Corey, a researcher at the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo, Canada said not many research groups can build chips like IBM; besides they are not available to... Read more
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Hamilton News
Beyoncé’s Lemonade drama — and why we always shame the ‘other woman’Beyhive. Fans admire and identify with Beyoncé, holding her on a pedestal as th
Beyoncé’s Lemonade drama — and why we always shame the ‘other woman’
Hamilton News / Posted 2 days ago
Beyhive. Fans admire and identify with Beyoncé, holding her on a pedestal as the perfect woman, says feminism expert and University of Waterloo professor Aimée Morrison. “There’s this visceral reaction: if Beyoncé’s husband cheats on her, what’s... Read more
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Fortune
IBM Just Made A Powerful Research Project Available For Freeresearch is paying off. David Cory, who is the Canada Excellence Research Chai
IBM Just Made A Powerful Research Project Available For Free
Fortune / Posted 2 days ago
research is paying off. David Cory, who is the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Quantum Information Processing at the University of Waterloo, got the chance to play around with the technology. Cory, who has former students who work on the IBM... Read more
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Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Community survey coming to a closeteam working towards the county’s sustainability goals. Bryan Smale, director
Community survey coming to a close
Woodstock Sentinel-Review / Posted 2 days ago
team working towards the county’s sustainability goals. Bryan Smale, director of the Canadian Index of Wellbeing at the University of Waterloo, said the response rate was hovering around 10 per cent. “General population surveys are always tough... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
Rotary student pays it forwardSunrise – and to share her journey. After leaving Chatham-Kent for school at W
Rotary student pays it forward
Chatham Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Sunrise – and to share her journey. After leaving Chatham-Kent for school at Western University, and soon after, the University of Waterloo, Hassan co-created FullSoul. The non-profit organization works to improve the conditions of women... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Local writer Statham wins inaugural Medli prizesink. She became a devoted poet during her school days, and would go on to ear
Local writer Statham wins inaugural Medli prize
Northumberland Today / Posted 3 days ago
sink. She became a devoted poet during her school days, and would go on to earn a bachelor of arts in psychology at the University of Waterloo. She has worked in a children’s psychiatric hospital and as a librarian for the Toronto District... Read more
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Namibia Economist
More particle than waveto Toronto. They employ 200,000 people. Mike Lazaridis, a co-founder of BlackBe
More particle than wave
Namibia Economist / Posted 4 days ago
to Toronto. They employ 200,000 people. Mike Lazaridis, a co-founder of BlackBerry (and of the Perimeter Institute) is a University of Waterloo dropout. OpenText, one of Canada’s largest software companies, started as a university project to... Read more
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Kincardine News
Junior NorthStars shock Orangeville 7-6to hockey. “I play lacrosse more for fun in the (hockey) off season,” said Cou
Junior NorthStars shock Orangeville 7-6
Kincardine News / Posted 7 days ago
to hockey. “I play lacrosse more for fun in the (hockey) off season,” said Coulter who expects to play CIS hockey at the University of Waterloo in the fall. “I think we're going to have a good team (with the NorthStars). We're a young team but... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
Junior NorthStars shock Orangeville 7-6to hockey. “I play lacrosse more for fun in the (hockey) off season,” said Cou
Junior NorthStars shock Orangeville 7-6
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted 7 days ago
to hockey. “I play lacrosse more for fun in the (hockey) off season,” said Coulter who expects to play CIS hockey at the University of Waterloo in the fall. “I think we're going to have a good team (with the NorthStars). We're a young team but... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Family tradition wrapped in newsprint: ROOT ISSUESin local and national politics. As a teen, paper routes gave way to more lucra
Family tradition wrapped in newsprint: ROOT ISSUES
Barrie Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
in local and national politics. As a teen, paper routes gave way to more lucrative after-school jobs. But attending the University of Waterloo, I soon enough found myself volunteering to proofread, write and eventually co-edit the fortnightly... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
I never imagined I would leave the company I co-foundedthat you co-founded. In August 2014, I co-founded Suncayr with four of my nano
I never imagined I would leave the company I co-founded
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
that you co-founded. In August 2014, I co-founded Suncayr with four of my nanotechnology engineering classmates at the University of Waterloo. We had a vision of eliminating sunburns by knowing when your sunscreen wore off. At the height of it,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
E-cigarette use can potentially reduce deaths from cigarette smokingC. Villanti, PhD, MPH, Ray Niaura, PhD, and David B. Abrams, PhD, from Truth In
E-cigarette use can potentially reduce deaths from cigarette smoking
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
C. Villanti, PhD, MPH, Ray Niaura, PhD, and David B. Abrams, PhD, from Truth Initiative; Geoffrey T. Fong, PhD, of the University of Waterloo in Canada; and Ron Borland, PhD, of Cancer Control Victoria, in Australia. "We're concerned the FDA,... Read more
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Newsmax
Drawing More Effective for Remembering Than Writingto memorize a presentation? New research suggests that the best way to boost yo
Drawing More Effective for Remembering Than Writing
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
to memorize a presentation? New research suggests that the best way to boost your power of recall is to draw pictures. That's according to a study out of the University of Waterloo in Canada which found that between drawing and writing out wo... Read more
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iafrica.com
Drawing more effective for memory?suggests that the best way to boost your power of recall is to draw pictures.
Drawing more effective for memory?
iafrica.com / Posted 11 days ago
suggests that the best way to boost your power of recall is to draw pictures. That's according to a study out of the University of Waterloo in Canada which found that between drawing and writing out words repeatedly, drawing was the more... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Too many mums dodge breast-feeding, study findsalarmingly low percentage are breastfed after that, according to the Lancet Bre
Too many mums dodge breast-feeding, study finds
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 11 days ago
alarmingly low percentage are breastfed after that, according to the Lancet Breastfeeding Series 2016 by Sue Horton at the University of Waterloo. The study said breastfeeding contains sources of nutrients and immunity. It also helps reduce risks... Read more
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CTV News
Ontario museum honours professor who cracked secret Nazi codepeople inducted into the Waterloo Region Museum's Hall of Fame in Kitchener, On
Ontario museum honours professor who cracked secret Nazi code
CTV News / Posted 11 days ago
people inducted into the Waterloo Region Museum's Hall of Fame in Kitchener, Ont. Tutte was a long-time professor at the University of Waterloo and lived in the village of West Montrose, Ont. Tutte's remarkable achievements begin in 1941, when... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
This will help you remember things in less than 40 secsof what you need to remember is a strong and reliable strategy to enhance memor
This will help you remember things in less than 40 secs
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
of what you need to remember is a strong and reliable strategy to enhance memory. Lead author Jeffrey Wammes form the University of Waterloo said, "We pitted drawing against a number of other known encoding strategies, but drawing always came... Read more
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dna
Drawing is more effective for remembering information than writingThat's according to a study out of the University of Waterloo in Canada which f
Drawing is more effective for remembering information than writing
dna / Posted 13 days ago
That's according to a study out of the University of Waterloo in Canada which found that between drawing and writing out words repeatedly, drawing was the more effective way to retain information. For the study, researchers presented student... Read more
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dna
Need to remember something? Better draw it!against a number of other known encoding strategies, but drawing always came ou
Need to remember something? Better draw it!
dna / Posted 13 days ago
against a number of other known encoding strategies, but drawing always came out on top," said Jeffrey Wammes from the University of Waterloo in Canada. "We believe that the benefit arises because drawing helps to create a more cohesive memory... Read more
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Psych Central
Making a Drawing of Important Information Helps Memorycame out on top,” said the study’s lead author, Jeffrey Wammes, a PhD candidate
Making a Drawing of Important Information Helps Memory
Psych Central / Posted 13 days ago
came out on top,” said the study’s lead author, Jeffrey Wammes, a PhD candidate in the Department of Psychology at the University of Waterloo. “We believe that the benefit arises because drawing helps to create a more cohesive memory trace... Read more
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express
Scientists say drawing pictures can dramatically boost MEMORYof the things you need to remember will help you recall double the amount of in
Scientists say drawing pictures can dramatically boost MEMORY
express / Posted 14 days ago
of the things you need to remember will help you recall double the amount of information. A recent study produced by the University of Waterloo has found people who draw the word they were supposed to be remembering were the most... Read more
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New Kerala
This will help you remember things in less than 40 secs - newkerala.com #52849of what you need to remember is a strong and reliable strategy to enhance memor
This will help you remember things in less than 40 secs - newkerala.com #52849
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
of what you need to remember is a strong and reliable strategy to enhance memory. Lead author Jeffrey Wammes form the University of Waterloo said, "We pitted drawing against a number of other known encoding strategies, but drawing always came... Read more
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New Kerala
This will help you remember things in less than 40 secs - newkerala.com #52857of what you need to remember is a strong and reliable strategy to enhance memor
This will help you remember things in less than 40 secs - newkerala.com #52857
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
of what you need to remember is a strong and reliable strategy to enhance memory. Lead author Jeffrey Wammes form the University of Waterloo said, "We pitted drawing against a number of other known encoding strategies, but drawing always came... Read more
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New Kerala
Want to remember something? Better draw it! - newkerala.com #52811encoding strategies, but drawing always came out on top," said the lead author,
Want to remember something? Better draw it! - newkerala.com #52811
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
encoding strategies, but drawing always came out on top," said the lead author, Jeffrey Wammes, doctoral student at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada. The findings showed a significant recall advantage for words that were drawn as... Read more
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Daily Mail
Here is a simple trick to dramatically boost your memorystrategies, but drawing always came out on top,' said Jeffrey Wammes, PhD candi
Here is a simple trick to dramatically boost your memory
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
strategies, but drawing always came out on top,' said Jeffrey Wammes, PhD candidate in the Department of Psychology at the University of Waterloo. The researchers explain that the process of drawing words entails at least four components to boost... Read more
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Toronto Star
Pot possession pardon would free resources says think-tanktaxes on marijuana, with Ottawa responsible for taxing manufacturers and import
Pot possession pardon would free resources says think-tank
Toronto Star / Posted 15 days ago
taxes on marijuana, with Ottawa responsible for taxing manufacturers and imports, and provinces levying taxes at the retail level, adds the paper, written for the institute by Anindya Sen, an economics professor at Ontario’s University of Wat... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Marijuana laws should vary by province, report sayswhat kind of controls are needed to try to keep the product out of the hands of
Marijuana laws should vary by province, report says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 days ago
what kind of controls are needed to try to keep the product out of the hands of children. A professor of economics at the University of Waterloo, Mr. Sen is urging Ottawa and the provinces to put public-health issues ahead of generating tax... Read more
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CTV News
Pardon pot possession convicts to free up resources, think tank saystaxes at the retail level, adds the paper, written for the institute by Anindya
Pardon pot possession convicts to free up resources, think tank says
CTV News / Posted 16 days ago
taxes at the retail level, adds the paper, written for the institute by Anindya Sen, an economics professor at Ontario's University of Waterloo. The federal government should discourage black-market activity by defining the legal amount of pot... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Man on terror-related charge seeks bailSwap — on March 25, initially for two minor weapons offences related to a hunti
Man on terror-related charge seeks bail
Calgary Sun / Posted 16 days ago
Swap — on March 25, initially for two minor weapons offences related to a hunting knife. Police detained the former University of Waterloo student under the federal Anti-Terrorism Act, a controversial law that allows detention without... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Yale study: HPV vaccine could cut cervical cancers and health costs if used morethe study, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Scien
Yale study: HPV vaccine could cut cervical cancers and health costs if used more
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 17 days ago
the study, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from Yale and the University of Waterloo in Ontario, developed a model to determine the potential impact of the new vaccine, Gardasil 9, of... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Yale study: HPV vaccine could cut cervical cancers and health costs if used morethe study, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Scien
Yale study: HPV vaccine could cut cervical cancers and health costs if used more
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
the study, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from Yale and the University of Waterloo in Ontario, developed a model to determine the potential impact of the new vaccine, Gardasil 9, of... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Yale study: HPV vaccine could cut cervical cancers and health costs if used morethe study, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Scien
Yale study: HPV vaccine could cut cervical cancers and health costs if used more
Darien News-Review / Posted 17 days ago
the study, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from Yale and the University of Waterloo in Ontario, developed a model to determine the potential impact of the new vaccine, Gardasil 9, of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
There's a surprising advantage to a vaccine that protects against the most common sexually transmitted infection in the USfor the 4 strains and $18 more than the the vaccines for the 2 strains, the res
There's a surprising advantage to a vaccine that protects against the most common sexually transmitted infection in the US
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
for the 4 strains and $18 more than the the vaccines for the 2 strains, the researchers from Yale University and the University of Waterloo estimated. Even so, they projected that using the Gardasil 9 vaccine vaccine instead of the other... Read more
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Connecticut Post
There's a surprising advantage to a vaccine that protects against the most common sexually transmitted infection in the USfor the 4 strains and $18 more than the the vaccines for the 2 strains, the res
There's a surprising advantage to a vaccine that protects against the most common sexually transmitted infection in the US
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
for the 4 strains and $18 more than the the vaccines for the 2 strains, the researchers from Yale University and the University of Waterloo estimated. Even so, they projected that using the Gardasil 9 vaccine vaccine instead of the other... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
There's a surprising advantage to a vaccine that protects against the most common sexually transmitted infection in the USfor the 4 strains and $18 more than the the vaccines for the 2 strains, the res
There's a surprising advantage to a vaccine that protects against the most common sexually transmitted infection in the US
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
for the 4 strains and $18 more than the the vaccines for the 2 strains, the researchers from Yale University and the University of Waterloo estimated. Even so, they projected that using the Gardasil 9 vaccine vaccine instead of the other... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Not just politics, Trudeau gives lessons on quantum computers tooabout quantum computing,” he said as the crowd erupted into applause. Martin L
Not just politics, Trudeau gives lessons on quantum computers too
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 19 days ago
about quantum computing,” he said as the crowd erupted into applause. Martin Laforest, a quantum computing expert at the University of Waterloo, told HuffPost Canada that while Trudeau had just learned about quantum computing that morning, his... Read more
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New Kerala
Canadian PM gives quick lesson in quantum computing - newkerala.com #50308about quantum computing," he said as the crowd erupted into applause. Martin L
Canadian PM gives quick lesson in quantum computing - newkerala.com #50308
New Kerala / Posted 19 days ago
about quantum computing," he said as the crowd erupted into applause. Martin Laforest, a quantum computing expert at the University of Waterloo, told HuffPost Canada that while Trudeau had just learned about quantum computing that morning, his... Read more
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CBC.ca
Did the GG's comments on refugees and the niqab display 'partisanship?'are also perhaps just opaque enough to avoid significant outcry. Emmett Macfar
Did the GG's comments on refugees and the niqab display 'partisanship?'
CBC.ca / Posted 20 days ago
are also perhaps just opaque enough to avoid significant outcry. Emmett Macfarlane, a political science professor at the University of Waterloo, was among those who expressed concern on Wednesday night, but other scholars contacted this week... Read more
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redOrbit
Prehistoric STDs drove humans to monogamy, study findsnorms and in particular our group-oriented judgments," study author Chris Bauch
Prehistoric STDs drove humans to monogamy, study finds
redOrbit / Posted 20 days ago
norms and in particular our group-oriented judgments," study author Chris Bauch, a professor of applied mathematics at the University of Waterloo, said in a news release. "Our research illustrates how mathematical models are not only used to... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
James Dyson Award 2016 opens for entrieswinner was Voltera V-One, a rapid prototyping system developed by a team of fou
James Dyson Award 2016 opens for entries
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 21 days ago
winner was Voltera V-One, a rapid prototyping system developed by a team of four engineering students from the University of Waterloo, Canada. Printed circuit boards are in almost all electronics, but developing prototypes of them can... Read more
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CTV News
Waterloo reviews 1,200 math exams after questions leakedThe University of Waterloo has launched an investigation after learning that hu
Waterloo reviews 1,200 math exams after questions leaked
CTV News / Posted 21 days ago
The University of Waterloo has launched an investigation after learning that hundreds of students in a first-year math course may have had access to exam questions ahead of time. Officials at the school believe a third-party tutoring service got its... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Grizzly gunner joining Waterloo's Warriorsproject in Ontario, and he couldn’t be happier. The soon-to-be graduated GW Gr
Grizzly gunner joining Waterloo's Warriors
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 21 days ago
project in Ontario, and he couldn’t be happier. The soon-to-be graduated GW Graham hoops star has committed to the University of Waterloo and will play for the Warriors this fall. Waterloo’s team just lurched through a 1-19 season in OUA... Read more
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Architect Magazine
Your ADHD May Stem From Boring Architecturethe generic façade of a Whole Foods Market—Colin Ellard, a neuroscientist who d
Your ADHD May Stem From Boring Architecture
Architect Magazine / Posted 21 days ago
the generic façade of a Whole Foods Market—Colin Ellard, a neuroscientist who directs the Urban Realities Laboratory at the University of Waterloo, studied the effects of architecture on excitement. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Ellard's results showed... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Germs, not true love, make humans mate for lifethe development of social norms, and in particular our group-oriented judgement
Germs, not true love, make humans mate for life
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
the development of social norms, and in particular our group-oriented judgements," study author Chris Bauch of the University of Waterloo in Canada said. But this did not necessarily mean that humans would become wildly promiscuous if... Read more
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iafrica.com
Love doesn't make humans mate for lifethe development of social norms, and in particular our group-oriented judgement
Love doesn't make humans mate for life
iafrica.com / Posted 22 days ago
the development of social norms, and in particular our group-oriented judgements," study author Chris Bauch of the University of Waterloo in Canada told AFP. But this did not necessarily mean that humans would become wildly promiscuous if... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Waterloo signs four Saint Michael football playersresident said. It was then the second-year Grade 12 student started thinking a
Waterloo signs four Saint Michael football players
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 22 days ago
resident said. It was then the second-year Grade 12 student started thinking about the benefits of playing football at the University of Waterloo. “You have Monday tutoring, which lets you stay on top of your work, and a work schedule,” the... Read more
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