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New Thode Makerspace offers students a place to play, collaborate and innovate

The newly launched Thode Maker­space, a partnership between McMaster University Library and the Faculty of Engineer­ing, offers students, faculty and staff from all disci­plines a space to learn tech­nical skills, develop new technolo­gies and work collabora­tively, while sharing ideas, equipment and knowledge.


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McMaster Engineering to offer co-op option for graduate students

The University Senate recently approved a new co-op option, which will provide Master’s and PhD students with the opportunity to gain paid, relevant work experience starting September 2017.

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Chemical car propels McMaster to a win

A chemical-powered car propelled a group of McMaster Engineering students into first place at a recent intercollegiate competition. The McMaster Chem-E-Car team placed first in the North Central Regional Conference, which was hosted by the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AlChE).

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Dean's blog: Dealing with uncertainty

Uncertainty should not be miscon­strued as wrongness. Often, the more complex a system is, not all of its conditions are well known. This lack of information about a problem or phenomenon leads to the development of uncertain models.

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McMaster hosts its inaugural FIRST Robotics Competition

McMaster University hosted one of Canada’s premier science, technology and engineering competitions for high school-aged students on April 8 and 9.

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McMaster Students build innovative projects for the future

Final year engineering students will be showcasing their stellar technological capstone projects during three popular annual expos at McMaster University this Thursday April 6.

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Dean's blog: Innovation, and the Sharing and Gig Economy

Much of my time is spent with with industry and tech leaders, alumni, current and prospective students and their parents. Often, our discussions turn to our passion for healthy families and communities, enthusiasm for student engage­ment, and desire to further innovation.

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Engineering students shine at startup competition

The big winner of the March 23 Forge@MAC Student Startup Competition, 20/20 OptimEyes, took home $30,000 to further accelerate their biotechnology startup. 

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Ontario invests more than $8M in McMaster Engineering research

Two McMaster research projects – one focused on electric vehicles, the other on eye disease – have each received a $4 million boost from the Ontario Research Fund (ORF).

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Built to win: McMaster students win national bridge building competition

McMaster Engineering students dominated the 33rd Annual Troitsky Bridge Building Competition at Concordia University in Montreal.

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Four Engineering students to pitch at start-up competition

Four engineering-led teams are among the 10 finalists in this year's Forge@MAC Student Startup Competition on March 23.

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Bridging Science, Engineering, and Public Policy

McMaster’s Engineering and Public Policy graduate program is helping to change perceptions of what it means to be an engineer – moving from a traditional focus on serving and protecting the public to also being socially-conscious, possessing the technical, engineering know-how needed to affect societal change.

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