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Terry Fallis on his engineering-based approach to writing novels

May 7, 2015 /  Department News

Terry Fallis on his engineering-based approach to writing novels

Author Terry Fallis talks about No Relation, his engineering­-inspired approach to writing and his love of hovercrafts.

Helping industry: McMaster engineering professor using manufacturing processes to help biomedical company make blood diagnostic tool

March 31, 2015 /  Department News

Helping industry: McMaster engineering professor using manufacturing processes to help biomedical company make blood diagnostic tool

McMaster University researchers are working with a Toronto-based start-up to create a blood-testing device to help reduce the number of blood samples required from patients to get accurate results.

Looking back at McMaster Engineering Kipling pranks over the years

March 24, 2015 /  Department News

Looking back at McMaster Engineering Kipling pranks over the years

It’s a ritual that dates back to 1922 and has ties to British author Rudyard Kipling. Each year, Canadian students in the graduating year of their engineering program gather for a hushed ceremony to mark their entry into the profession

Who wants a slice? Mac research team partners with Pizza Pizza to fight waste

October 30, 2014 /  Department News
Source: Daily News

Who wants a slice? Mac research team partners with Pizza Pizza to fight waste

Pizza has long been a favourite snack among young and old, but it's easier to consume than create. (Rafat Hirmiz)

A simply ingenious device helps fill Sandi’s gas tank painlessly

January 27, 2014 /  Department News
Source: The Hamilton Spectator

A simply ingenious device helps fill Sandi’s gas tank painlessly

Sandi Mugford, who has painful rheumatoid arthritis, demonstrates the custom-designed gadget that helps her fill her gas tank more easily

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