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Ontario invests more than $8M in McMaster research

April 1, 2017 /  Department News

Ontario invests more than $8M in McMaster research

Two McMaster engineering research projects – one focused on electric vehicles, the other on eye disease – have each received a $4 million boost from the Ontario Research Fund (ORF)

"The sKan" capstone project wins awards!

March 23, 2017 /  Department News
Source: Daily News (McMaster)

"The sKan" capstone project wins awards!

Elec & Biomed capstone project "The sKan" has won the People's Choice and Emerging Leader awards at The Forge @ Mac start-up competition.

Solution to smelly hockey gloves gets a thumbs-up

March 8, 2017 /  Department News
Source: The Globe and Mail

Solution to smelly hockey gloves gets a thumbs-up

During his varsity lacrosse career, Mike Dawson became all too familiar with the unpleasant smell wafting from his sports gloves. After each game, his teammates would gather around the shaving cream or cologne, spraying it on their hands to mask the stench.

Dr. John Bandler appointed Officer of the Order of Canada

February 17, 2017 /  Department News

Dr. John Bandler appointed Officer of the Order of Canada

Dr. John Bandler appointed Officer of the Order of Canada by the Governor General in February 2017.

 Emadi named Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

December 13, 2016 /  Department News

Emadi named Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Ali Emadi, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Hybrid Powertrain and professor of electrical and computer engineering and mechanical engineering at McMaster University.

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

September 20, 2016 /  Department News

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.

McMaster engineer explores concealed weapon detection in NATO project

July 11, 2015 /  Department News
Source: CBC

McMaster engineer explores concealed weapon detection in NATO project

A McMaster engineer is taking part in a NATO-funded project to develop portable devices that help military and civilian security personnel detect concealed weapons with radar technology.

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