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In the Media: Hamilton homeowners should think about where water would go in a flood, group says

March 1, 2022 /  Department News
Source: CBC Hamilton

In the Media: Hamilton homeowners should think about where water would go in a flood, group says

With a rapidly changing climate that will increase the risk of flooding, hydrologic modelling expert Paulin Coulibaly says urgency is needed. He says research shows southern Ontario will have increasingly intense storm events.

Behind the Big Ideas: Paulin Coulibaly

March 1, 2022 /  Department News

Behind the Big Ideas: Paulin Coulibaly

Get close to the brilliant McMaster Engineering minds who are changing the world. Explore the cutting-edge research of our Fireball Family members and meet the innovative people “Behind the Big Ideas.”

Black History Month Q&A Spotlight Series: Daniel Adonai

February 28, 2022 /  Department News

Black History Month Q&A Spotlight Series: Daniel Adonai

Mechanical Engineering graduate, Daniel Adonai, Class of 2014, gives advice on building a business, overcoming perfectionism, and creating opportunities.

McMaster inventors’ repellent wrap shown to shed all viruses and bacteria

February 28, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Brighter World

McMaster inventors’ repellent wrap shown to shed all viruses and bacteria

RepelWrap, a self-cleaning plastic wrap developed by McMaster researchers Leyla Soleymani and Tohid Didar, protects surfaces from dangerous bacteria as well as viruses, new research shows. Repelwrap is now moving toward scaled-up production for the marketplace.

Back to Mac Eng: where robots roam and design solutions thrive

February 25, 2022 /  Department News

Back to Mac Eng: where robots roam and design solutions thrive

With the winter semester underway, here’s how students are embracing new and ground-breaking engineering design courses – 2PX3 and 1P13 – and returning to classroom activity.

Black History Month Q&A Spotlight Series: Tyvaughn Holness

February 25, 2022 /  Department News

Black History Month Q&A Spotlight Series: Tyvaughn Holness

Tyvaughn Holness, Electrical Engineering Class of 2020, reflects on the power of persistence both for Black History Month and his career.

Meet Halima Banuso: inaugural recipient of the NSBEMac Entrance Award

February 23, 2022 /  Department News

Meet Halima Banuso: inaugural recipient of the NSBEMac Entrance Award

In 2021, the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) McMaster Chapter launched a new scholarship awarded annually to Canadian Black students entering the Faculty of Engineering at McMaster. Meet the first recipient, Halima Banuso.

Minister Fedeli tours MMRI with demonstration from award-winning Mac Eng student

February 17, 2022 /  Department News

Minister Fedeli tours MMRI with demonstration from award-winning Mac Eng student

Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, visited the McMaster Manufacturing Research Institute (MMRI) to explore the cutting-edge innovation in advanced manufacturing at the university.

In the Media: 'Humbled by it': Waterdown residents recognized with Order of Hamilton

February 16, 2022 /  Department News
Source: Flamborough Review

In the Media: 'Humbled by it': Waterdown residents recognized with Order of Hamilton

Dr. Zobia Jawed, a wastewater expert who has been at the forefront of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic through a novel sewage testing approach, was recognized with the Order of Hamilton.

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