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 Bringing together health care, big data and machine learning

March 21, 2018 /  Department News
Source: SOSCIP

Bringing together health care, big data and machine learning

Omar Boursalie is a second-year PhD student in the School of Biomedical Engineering at McMaster University. His research focus is on overcoming challenges in health care through big data and machine learning.

McMaster Engineering Goes West

March 6, 2018 /  Department News

McMaster Engineering Goes West

Big Ideas contest winners explore the world's largest tech companies and meet with influential alumni in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

Big Ideas: Meet Jack

February 15, 2018 /  Department News

Big Ideas: Meet Jack

John (Jack) Hodgins was McMaster's first Dean of Engineering

McMaster Engineering Strikes a Chord at UofTHacks

January 30, 2018 /  Department News

McMaster Engineering Strikes a Chord at UofTHacks

Two McMaster Engineering students and best friends win the Actions Google Challenge at the UofTHacks event with a new music teacher application.

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

January 25, 2018 /  Department News

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. 27-28.

Dean's Blog: Big Ideas for Grand Challenges

January 22, 2018 /  Department News
Source: Fireside with the Dean

Dean's Blog: Big Ideas for Grand Challenges

Our world faces many grand challenges, which have proven chronically difficult to solve.

Two McMaster Engineering researchers earn grants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

December 8, 2017 /  Department News

Two McMaster Engineering researchers earn grants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

McMaster Engineering researchers were awarded more than $5M in funding to create innovative technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

McMaster alumna wins award for being 'everyday political citizen'

December 7, 2017 /  Department News
Source: The Toronto Star

McMaster alumna wins award for being 'everyday political citizen'

Janelle Hinds, 25, was chosen by author Margaret Atwood as a recipient of this year's Samara Canada awards,

Grey Cup haunted by brain injury risk — but doesn’t have to be

November 22, 2017 /  Department News
Source: The Conversation

Grey Cup haunted by brain injury risk — but doesn’t have to be

When the Toronto Argonauts and Calgary Stampeders square off in Ottawa for the 105th Grey Cup on Sunday, it will be under dark clouds — not necessarily of weather, but rather the risk of concussions and their devastating long-term effect on players’ brains.

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