Skip to main content

Latest News

Special delivery

March 7, 2018 /  Department News
Source: Brighter World

Special delivery

Heather Sheardown engineered a better eyedrop. Now, McMaster’s new Biomedical Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing (BEAM) project centre will help the chemical engineering professor take her technology from the lab to the manufacturing plant.

Innovation through problem-based learning

March 7, 2018 /  Department News

Innovation through problem-based learning

From monitoring labour contractions to predicting injury, first year iBioMed students present meaningful health and fitness applications.

McMaster Engineering Goes West

March 6, 2018 /  Department News

McMaster Engineering Goes West

Big Ideas contest winners explore the world's largest tech companies and meet with influential alumni in San Francisco and Silicon Valley.

McMaster Energy Week: March 5-10

March 6, 2018 /  Department News
Source: McMaster Daily News

McMaster Energy Week: March 5-10

Canada's first student-led energy week, taking place at McMaster, will focus on empowering undergraduate students to take control of their energy future.

Professor to be inducted into The Society of Plastics Engineers

March 5, 2018 /  Department News

Professor to be inducted into The Society of Plastics Engineers

Chemical Engineering Professor Mike Thompson among three Canadians to earn the prestigious honour.

Lowering tuition for international PhD students, improving research environment

March 5, 2018 /  Department News
Source: The McMaster Daily News

Lowering tuition for international PhD students, improving research environment

The new McMaster approach lowers tuition paid by international PhD students to levels paid by domestic students.

3 Career Tips from Women in Engineering Industry Night

March 2, 2018 /  Department News

3 Career Tips from Women in Engineering Industry Night

Alumnae offer valuable advice to help students kickstart their careers.

Study shows smartphones harm the environment

March 1, 2018 /  Department News

Study shows smartphones harm the environment

Data centres and smartphones will be the most damaging information and communications technologies to the environment by 2040, according to new research from W Booth School’s Lotfi Belkhir.

Vector Institute names two Biomedical Engineering students to inaugural Postgraduate Affiliate program

February 27, 2018 /  Department News
Source: McMaster Brighter World

Vector Institute names two Biomedical Engineering students to inaugural Postgraduate Affiliate program

Two McMaster PhD students and one postdoctoral fellow have been named to the Vector Institute for Artificial Intelligence’s Postgraduate Affiliate program.

Pages