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Learn to make almost anything better with Mac's first free, online course

With more than 10,000 students enrolled and 10 more signing up each hour, Experimentation for Improvement is easily McMaster’s largest class.

It’s also the University’s first massive open online course, or MOOC – a course available through the internet, free of charge, to anyone in the world.

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Rafael Kleiman and Shahin Sirouspour awarded NSERC funding for discovery research

Government of Canada and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) investing more than $13.6 million in research at McMaster

Federal grant lights up solar cell research

Rafael Kleiman is hoping a surprise grant from the federal government will help him speed up completion of his project to develop lower cost, high-efficiency solar cells.

Engineering Alumni to race Carpool DeVille

Two McMaster engineering alumni can't decide whether their invention is a hot tub or a car, but they are determined to drive what they call the world's fastest hot tub to the finish line.

McMaster Civil Engineering alumnus recognized among world's famous inventors

SolarWall included in prestigious New York exhibit, curated by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

McMaster Engineering: Excellence in experiential learning featured at North American engineering education conference

It all started with an idea. Engineering valedictorian and budding entrepreneur Matthew Gardner, 24 is carving his own path with Videostream. The startup company employs five people at its Kitchener, Ontario office and offers a revolutionary new approach to streaming video files on a smart TV.

Matthew Gardner

McMaster Engineering valedictorian is reinventing smart TV

It all started with an idea. Engineering valedictorian and budding entrepreneur Matthew Gardner, 24 is carving his own path with Videostream. The startup company employs five people at its Kitchener, Ontario office and offers a revolutionary new approach to streaming video files on a smart TV.

Carlos Filipe

Fast Company profiles success of Carlos Filipe and Chem Eng research group

World changing ideas and innovation: The same type of technology used to make minty-fresh breath strips melt on your tongue could soon be used to detect dangerous contaminants in water.

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