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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: ‘The Achilles heel for electric vehicles’: EVs, cold weather and a lack of information

August 5, 2022 /  Department News
Source: The Globe and Mail

In the Media: ‘The Achilles heel for electric vehicles’: EVs, cold weather and a lack of information

Moataz Mohamed, assistant professor of civil engineering, discusses how cold temperatures affect lithium-ion batteries in electric vehicles.

McMaster to open new location at 180 Bloor in Toronto

August 3, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Daily News

McMaster to open new location at 180 Bloor in Toronto

More than 90 years after relocating to Hamilton, the university is building an 8,000-square-foot event and collaborative learning space across the street from its first home in downtown Toronto. The Faculty of Engineering is collaborating on the design.

McMaster’s partnership with CityLAB to continue as experiential learning hub made permanent

August 3, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Daily News

McMaster’s partnership with CityLAB to continue as experiential learning hub made permanent

Karthiga Thevaseelan, alumna of the Master of Engineering design program and highway designer, discusses how her experiences at CityLAB helped reinforce the human element of any design.

Why McMaster donors give: Edward Ballik’s story

July 29, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Daily News

Why McMaster donors give: Edward Ballik’s story

Edward Ballik, Professor Emeritus, and his wife, Woon-Ngor Ballik, established the Ballik Indigenous Bursary in 2021 and included the bursary in their wills.

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.

Meet two Mac Eng recipients of the MSU teaching awards: Jamal Deen and Anna Korol

July 22, 2022 /  Department News

Meet two Mac Eng recipients of the MSU teaching awards: Jamal Deen and Anna Korol

Jamal Deen is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award and Anna Korol is the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award.

MBA, Mac Eng graduate makes strides in helping those with osteoarthritis

July 19, 2022 /  Department News
Source: DeGroote School of Business

MBA, Mac Eng graduate makes strides in helping those with osteoarthritis

When Matthew Rosato’s son was born with cerebral palsy, he took a break from his career to support him. That break turned into Rosato launching a health tech startup that aims to help not only his son but also millions living with osteoarthritis and mobility challenges.

Discover 7 Mac Eng research projects from social robots to algorithmic watchdogs

July 18, 2022 /  Department News

Discover 7 Mac Eng research projects from social robots to algorithmic watchdogs

The federal government is investing in McMaster Engineering researchers, who are working on exciting new developments in materials science, civil engineering and computing and software.

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