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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.

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.

Transforming Technology

December 1, 2017 /  Department News

Transforming Technology

Leaders in Artificial Intelligence Gather for McMaster.AI Workshop

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.

7 Engineering Startups to Watch

November 17, 2017 /  Department News

7 Engineering Startups to Watch

In honour of Global Entrepreneurship Week, a celebration of innovators and job creators who are changing the world, we’re spotlighting 7 McMaster Engineering startups to watch.

Stars overnight: McMaster Engineering alumni receive international attention

November 15, 2017 /  Department News

Stars overnight: McMaster Engineering alumni receive international attention

McMaster Engineering grads, Michael Takla, Rotimi Fadiya, Prateek Mathur and Shivad Bhavsar knew the James Dyson Award announcement would be big news. What they didn’t expect was a fan club.

Searching for a silent threat: McMaster Engineering grads receive James Dyson Award for cancer detection device

November 9, 2017 /  Department News

Searching for a silent threat: McMaster Engineering grads receive James Dyson Award for cancer detection device

What started as a final year engineering class project at McMaster University is now an internationally recognized improved solution for the early detection of melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer.

Dean's Blog: Educate Citizen Scholars To Transform Our World

November 6, 2017 /  Department News
Source: Fireside with the Dean

Dean's Blog: Educate Citizen Scholars To Transform Our World

Beyond the attributes that graduates obtain from their programs of study, the job ready skills typically reported to be of greatest importance for employers include a fresh graduate’s ability to work in a team, leadership, capability to define and solve a problem, written and verbal communication.

McMaster named Canada's most research-intensive university

October 26, 2017 /  Department News

McMaster named Canada's most research-intensive university

McMaster continues to lead in university rankings – this time being recognized as Canada’s most research-intensive university in the 2017 Research Infosource rankings released today.

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