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Kathryn Grandfield and reserach group
Kathryn Grandfield, far right, and her research group following the September 9th provincial research funding announcement. Credit: Colin Czerneda

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.


Civil engineer elected to Royal Society of Canada

McMaster engineer working with NASA to improve deep space medicine

New Industrial PhD offers students’ flexibility

'Building Thinkers' initiative to educate the whole engineer

Worth Mentioning

A summer of inter­na­tional mentorship for B.Tech.

Schulich Leaders begin their first year at McMaster Engineering

Where Innovation & Manufacturing Collide: Discovering McMaster’s Manu­factur­ing Research Institute (MMRI)


September 28, 2016
Detroit Alumni Event: The Car of the Future

October 22, 2016
Go Eng Girl

Fall 2016-Winter 2017
Venture Clubs

Ishwar K. Puri

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. 

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No longer lost in the blink of an eye: McMaster researchers create eye drops that last

McMaster chemical engineer Heather Sheardown and the graduate students in her lab have developed a better way to deliver medicine to the surface of the eye.

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MACgyver workshop challenges students to think on their feet

While the world is busy battling for Pokemons, several engineering students battled an evil genius on campus and saved the world from extinction.

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