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Engineering student wins top award for McMaster undergrads

Chemical Engineering student Ryan LaRue is the 2016 recipient of the 2016 Chancellor’s Gold Medal, a prestigious McMaster University student award.


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Dean's blog: International mobility, innovation and prosperity

At McMaster Engineering, we are working carefully to provide many reasons for innovators to remain in Canada and Hamilton. We are doing so by enhancing and extending the innovation ecosystem that surrounds us.

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McMaster to host Go ENG Girl education and career day

More than 150 girls and young women in Grades 7 to 11 from dozens of Hamilton and area schools will be participating in the 11th annual Go ENG Girl engineering education and career day.

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McMaster Engineering's Cindy Nelles named to CIS Top 8 Academic All-Canadians

After a season for the ages in 2015, the former captain of the Marauders women’s rugby team and former civil engineering student was named as the OUA female nominee for the Top Eight Academic All-Canadians Wednesday.

Kim Jones

New leadership fellow aims to improve diversity

Kim Jones, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering, is the newly appointed 2016 Faculty Leadership Fellow. 

Natalia Nikolova

In the news: Technology developed by ECE prof being used in weapons detection system

Advances in machine learning being developed at McMaster University by Electrical and Computer Engineering Prof. Natalia Nikolova (Canada Research Chair in High-Frequency Electromagnetics) are being used to detect concealed weapons.

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Dean's blog: History shows: Innovation requires a recipe

Even before the science of combus­tion was fully understood, the earliest engineers empirically learned how to control fire. This innovation, some 500,000 years ago, became an essential basis for human advancement, but today it is also the culprit for global climate change. Innovation brings disruptive change, which brings good and bad.

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The Forge, McMaster's startup accelerator, featured in Globe and Mail

The Forge, McMaster's startup accelerator, featured in Globe and Mail.

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Engineering entrepreneurs raise $54K - in just one day

A McMaster-born company that hopes to revolutionize prototypes for start-ups has generated $54,000 in one day on Kickstarter.

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Dean's blog: Embracing change (for good)

Today’s students access class-related information through free multimedia web-based content within and outside their institutions. There’s an increasing emphasis on problem based learning, experiential learning, free inquiry and integrated projects.

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McMaster alumnus wins top prize at Lion’s Lair

McMaster Engineering alumnus Matthew Sheridan’s start-up company, Nix Color Sensor, earned the top prize at the 2016 Lion’s Lair business competition in Hamilton on Thursday.

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