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Two Mac grads hope to become Canada's next astronauts

Two McMaster alumni are among the 72 people hoping to become astronauts with the Canadian Space Agency.

 

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Two engineering researchers awarded federal grants

Three McMaster research projects have received a combined invest­ment of $1.68M over three years from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC).

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McMaster professor to receive Order of Canada award on Friday

McMaster Engineering professor and renowned microwave expert John Bandler will be appointed an officer of the Order of Canada on Feb. 17.

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In the news: How McMaster's Dean of Engineering Ishwar K. Puri reached out to a Syrian student

We believe in diversity.

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Pioneering partnership model in the McMaster Innovation Ecosystem

McMaster University’s innovative experimental co-location between an academic research centre and a rapidly growing startup company has begun to yield successes.  

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Dean's blog: Endowing swagger

How do we impart swagger? That’s easy to answer. Our students must have greater access and exposure to the thinking of innovators, entrepreneurs, thought leaders and inventors who can serve as real role models.

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McMaster hosts Women in Engineering Excellence event

The annual Women in Engineering Excellence Day on February 3rd brought over 30 high school students together with female professors and current engineering students for a day filled with several activities including interactive workshops, shadowing current students to their classes, and a women in engineering panel.

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Dean's blog: Artificial Intelligence: What is AI?

Autonomous systems are making the jump to mainstream commercial products, with applications ranging from autonomous vehicles to delivery drones. There will be spillover effects from AI advances. Canada’s innovation ecosystem is well poised to take advantage. McMaster Engineering has been in this game for a long time.

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McMaster researcher to “clean” big data

Fei Chiang is working with IBM to improve the data quality. Poor data quality costs businesses and organizations millions of dollars a year in operational inefficiencies, poor decision-making and wasted time.

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In the news: McMaster hosts all-nighter hacker marathon

More than 400 hundred students from McMaster and other universities across the province have put their heads together to create the next “big thing” in the world of technology.

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Dean's blog: Diversity is our strength

Diversity is our strength and defining pillar of McMaster Engineering. Canada’s commitment to diversity is a powerful and ambitious approach for making our entire world a better and safer place.

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University students to converge on McMaster for 24-hour hackathon for change

Hundreds of university students will be gathering at McMaster University for the third annual DeltaHacks hackathon for change on Jan. 28-29.

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University leaders look to expand international partnerships with visit to India

A team of McMaster leaders is in India last week meeting university representatives, policymakers and alumni in and around New Delhi.

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Nominate successful McMaster Engineering alumni to celebrate Canada 150

To celebrate this monumental anniversary, McMaster University's Faculty of Engineering wants to recognize the great achievements of our alumni and the role they've played in shaping Canada and the world.

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