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Largest ever government investment in McMaster labs benefits students, researchers and industry

The government of Canada and province of Ontario are investing $43 million in science and engineer­ing teaching and research labs at McMaster.

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Art Heidebrecht

Renowned McMaster leader retires

The sixth time is a charm for McMaster engineering education legend Art Heidebrecht. The leader, professor emeritus, innovator, sustainability advocate and researcher retired from McMaster University in July after serving the institution since 1963.

Robert Kulperger

Mac grad supports engineering students with US$500,000 donation

Entrepreneur, inventor, chemical engineer – Robert Kulperger '63 has left a US$500,000 gift in support of McMaster students.

McMaster Engineering

Dean's blog: University rankings, research and homophily

Richard Freeman and Wei Huang analyzed two and a half million research papers from the US. They found that authors with English surnames were likely to have co-authors with English surnames, those with Chinese names co-authored papers with other Chinese names, and so on for seven other groups, including Russian and Korean names.

McMaster Engineering

Largest ever government investment in McMaster labs benefits students, researchers and industry

The government of Canada and province of Ontario are investing $43 million in science and engineer­ing teaching and research labs at McMaster.

McMaster Engineering

Chancellor meets with Women in Engineering

McMaster’s Chancellor sat down for a wide-ranging discussion with a diverse group of women in Engineering Tuesday.

Alison Bayzat

CEMF names McMaster student as one of Canada’s Leading Undergraduate Women in Engineering

Engineering student Alison Bayzat is committed to mentoring youth and giving back go her community, and now she’s being recognized for it.

MMcMaster Engineering

Dean's blog: Why we innovate, how we educate

Innovation is driven by our desire to better our lives. New products and solutions that that address our yearnings and needs create value and wealth. Context matters. Engineers should understand this. 

Wael El-Dakhakhni

Civil engineer elected to Royal Society of Canada

Wael El-Dakhakhni is one of three McMaster researchers elected to the Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.

McMaster Engineering

More than $4.2M for Early Research Awards and research infrastructure

Five McMaster Engineering faculty members were among those recognized with more than $4.2 million in provincial grants during an announcement at McMaster University on September 9.

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