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How Mac Eng students solved 4 design challenges in 2022

April 29, 2022 /  Department News

How Mac Eng students solved 4 design challenges in 2022

From self-driving vehicles to affordable housing, second-year Mac Eng students have navigated complex challenges to arrive at design solutions in a new course.

Entrepreneurial projects, engineering and healthcare solutions shine at iBioMed final showcase

April 26, 2022 /  Department News

Entrepreneurial projects, engineering and healthcare solutions shine at iBioMed final showcase

iBioMed students – including the first-ever graduating cohort – shared their projects, posters, presentations and prototypes at the end of the 2022 winter term.

Mac Eng Alumni at Hatch take on climate change

April 22, 2022 /  Department News

Mac Eng Alumni at Hatch take on climate change

McMaster Engineering alumni are helping to fight climate change at a critical time. In Part 1 of this series, meet four people at Hatch, who are working in solar, nuclear and hydrometallurgy, and demonstrating overall leadership in the field.

Faculty of Engineering Valedictorians: Annika Yardy

March 29, 2022 /  Department News

Faculty of Engineering Valedictorians: Annika Yardy

Annika Yardy is selected to be the valedictorian at the Spring 2022 Convocation.

In the Media: What’s next with face masks?

March 29, 2022 /  Department News
Source: The Conversation

In the Media: What’s next with face masks?

An interdisciplinary group of scientists and engineers, including chemical engineering professor Charles de Lannoy and PhD student Scott Laengert, say to keep wearing masks in public, wear the best one available and pay attention to fit.

In the Media: So You Want to Be an Engineer

March 21, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Innovating Canada

In the Media: So You Want to Be an Engineer

Engineering is a rewarding career option that involves teamwork, creativity and problem-solving. It gives you the tools to improve sustainability and to design the world inclusively for our communities and families. Engineers translate scientific discoveries into useable, accessible products.

Mac Eng student wins Pat Burnell Young Investigator Award for infectious aerosol research

December 17, 2021 /  Department News

Mac Eng student wins Pat Burnell Young Investigator Award for infectious aerosol research

Mathura Thirugnanasampanthar, a current MASc student and soon-to-be PhD student in chemical engineering, has received the Pat Burnell Young Investigator Award at a premier international conference for her research on infectious aerosols.

Toward more durable COVID vaccines: McMaster spinout company earns key international grant

December 13, 2021 /  Department News
Source: Brighter World

Toward more durable COVID vaccines: McMaster spinout company earns key international grant

A new company spawned by McMaster University innovation in the arena of vaccine manufacturing has received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. It was created to commercialize technology developed by a team including chair of chemical engineering and co-founder Carlos Filipe.

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December 4, 2021 /  Department News

McMaster Engineering graduates celebrate milestone in-person

Over 50 McMaster Engineering PhD, masters, and undergraduate students donned caps and gowns to accept their degrees in-person for the first time after nearly two years.

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