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Netherlands liberation: Mac Eng students present torch at Parliament Hill lighting ceremony

September 6, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Ottawa Citizen

Netherlands liberation: Mac Eng students present torch at Parliament Hill lighting ceremony

Mac Eng student Yuvraj Sandhu carries a torch he designed with fellow students Sebastian Tattersall and Anna Esposito during the lighting ceremony from the Centennial Flame in Ottawa.

Netherlands-bound torch designed by Mac Eng students sheds light on WWII Canadian Remembrance

August 25, 2022 /  Department News

Netherlands-bound torch designed by Mac Eng students sheds light on WWII Canadian Remembrance

McMaster Engineering students will travel to the Netherlands with a special torch created to commemorate the Dutch Liberation and honour Canadian troops in a pilgrimage commemorating the event’s anniversary.

Four Undergraduate Research Showcase projects you need to check out

August 18, 2022 /  Department News

Four Undergraduate Research Showcase projects you need to check out

McMaster Engineering undergraduate researchers returned to the JHE lobby to share their summer projects with the community at the annual showcase event.

Researchers create device to replicate conditions in blood vessels after grafts

August 11, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Brighter World

Researchers create device to replicate conditions in blood vessels after grafts

Tohid Didar and Jeff Weitz have created a 'graft on a chip', which replicates blood flow after a vascular graft, allowing them to test how well their innovative treatment for blood vessels prevents clots from forming.

In the Media: EngineeringLife: What the James Webb Space Telescope means to engineers

July 28, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Engineers Canada

In the Media: EngineeringLife: What the James Webb Space Telescope means to engineers

As the world got its first look at images from the James Webb Space Telescope, Engineers Canada spoke to Andrew Gadsden, associate professor, about the dawn of a new era of engineering.

In the Media: McMaster commemorative torch will be part of Dutch liberation pilgrimage in September

July 26, 2022 /  Department News
Source: The Hamilton Spectator

In the Media: McMaster commemorative torch will be part of Dutch liberation pilgrimage in September

Mac Eng students will fly to the Netherlands with a torch they designed and built to honour Canadian troops during the Dutch liberation and the close friendship between the two countries.

In the Media: Next Generation of Skilled Talent Finds Solutions at the McMaster Manufacturing Research Institute

June 22, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Innovating Canada

In the Media: Next Generation of Skilled Talent Finds Solutions at the McMaster Manufacturing Research Institute

As manufacturers contend with new challenges, the MMRI is finding solutions in its resources: world-class facilities, industrial-scale equipment, and the crux of innovation — its people.

Doctoral degree recipient Barry Hill launches Indigenous engineering student scholarship

June 21, 2022 /  Department News

Doctoral degree recipient Barry Hill launches Indigenous engineering student scholarship

Distinguished alumnus Barry Hill, who received an honorary doctorate degree from McMaster University at spring convocation, is establishing The William Barry Hill Scholarship to support upper-year level Indigenous engineering students.

In the Media: Entrepreneurial spirit shines brightly for young CEO helping people with limited mobility in their hands

June 9, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Toronto Star

In the Media: Entrepreneurial spirit shines brightly for young CEO helping people with limited mobility in their hands

At 22, with her degree the Integrated Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences program in hand, Lianna Genovese already holds two patents in the United States and Canada, as well as four trademarks.

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