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MERGE takes first place at CAN-RGX competition

August 14, 2019 /  Department News

MERGE takes first place at CAN-RGX competition

McMaster Experimental Reduced Gravity Team (MERGE) won first place for their slat screen system designed to minimize the effects of sloshing during satellite fueling.

Why Canada leads the way to an autonomous future

August 7, 2019 /  Department News
Source: The Globe and Mail

Why Canada leads the way to an autonomous future

At McMaster and other universities across Canada, the future of transportation is taking shape.

McMaster Engineering to receive $1.425M from SONAMI

July 15, 2019 /  Department News

McMaster Engineering to receive $1.425M from SONAMI

The Southern Ontario Network for Advanced Manufacturing Innovation (SONAMI) combines the resources and expertise of its members and matches them to the needs of smaller manufacturers.

The Future of Aging: Smart Technologies Event

July 12, 2019 /  Department News

The Future of Aging: Smart Technologies Event

McMaster event to highlight technologies to support older adults.

Engineering and electrifying the next generation of cars

July 10, 2019 /  Department News

Engineering and electrifying the next generation of cars

Top researcher Ali Emadi explains why electrified vehicles are the future and describes his love for mentoring students.

Mac grads design safety pliers to reduce injuries to ironworkers

July 5, 2019 /  Department News

Mac grads design safety pliers to reduce injuries to ironworkers

Mechanical Engineering graduate's family legacy sparks inspiration for safety pliers.

McMaster EcoCAR project featured on CTV news

July 5, 2019 /  Department News
Source: Brighter World

McMaster EcoCAR project featured on CTV news

McMaster’s participation in a prestigious North American engineering competition is catching the attention of local media.

Fresh Faces: Zahra K. Motamed

July 5, 2019 /  Department News

Fresh Faces: Zahra K. Motamed

Welcome to Fresh Faces. In this series, we’re highlighting over 40 engineering faculty members, all hired in the last five years, who are doing interesting and innovative things in the lab and the classroom.

Mechanical Engineers develop 3D printed sensors powered by snow

July 3, 2019 /  Department News

Mechanical Engineers develop 3D printed sensors powered by snow

A Canadian-American team used Canada's climate as inspiration to build a self-powered sensing system.

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