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Alumnus awarded for groundbreaking medical innovation

Paul Santerre, Ph.D. Chem. Eng. '90, has has won top prize from the 2014 Ernest C. Manning Innovation Awards for his work reducing blood clots caused by medical devices in patients.

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Shiping Zhu: Plant fibres boost sunscreen performance

Chemical Engineering's Shiping Zhu researches the effectiveness of industrial-produced lignin as a sunscreen additive.

Jamal Deen named President of Royal Society's Science Academy

Jamal Deen, Electrical & Computer Engineering, has been elected President of the Royal Society of Canada's Science Academy.

Dean Ishwar K. Puri on TVO's The Agenda with Steve Paikan

Watch video aired on TVO on Wednesday, October 1st

Dean Ishwar Puri and the Financial Post's Kristine Owram discuss the implications of U.S. Steel Canada's filing for bankrupcy and its impact on the City of Hamilton and its Steel Town identity.

McMaster researchers work to make vaccines for world's poorest patients

Grand Challenges Canada has announced the McMaster project, to be led by Carlos Filipe in Chemical Engineering and Ali Ashkar of the McMaster Immunology Research Centre, as one of eight Canadian initiatives that will receive funding.

Too hot to handle: Construction well underway at Centre for Advanced Nuclear Systems

On Wednesday, contractors began pouring high-density concrete in the McMaster Accelerator Building, filling the space between one-inch steel panels in a suite of five "hot cells."

Shiping Zhu: one of two McMaster faculty named Royal Society Fellows

A world leader in polymer reaction engineering, Shiping Zhu has been named Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the country’s highest academic honour.

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