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Major investments in Great Lakes restoration and pollution prevention are paying off, report finds

May 20, 2020 /  Department News
Source: Brighter World

Major investments in Great Lakes restoration and pollution prevention are paying off, report finds

Canadian and American efforts to restore Areas of Concern (AOCs) throughout the Great Lakes – including Hamilton Harbour – have invested $22.8 billion US over the last 35 years, according to a new article in the Journal of Great Lakes Research.

Can We Use Wastewater to Track the Coronavirus in Ontario?

May 13, 2020 /  Department News

Can We Use Wastewater to Track the Coronavirus in Ontario?

Can wastewater treatment lend insights and provide a non-invasive approach to detecting community spread of COVID-19?

Canadian manufacturers have responded to the pandemic crisis, and need support

April 20, 2020 /  Department News
Source: The Hamilton Spectator

Canadian manufacturers have responded to the pandemic crisis, and need support

Weeks into the COVID-19 crisis, manufacturers across the country are making things they had never considered previously. A month ago, no automotive parts manufacturer was considering shifting production to ventilators; craft brewers were not contemplating producing hand sanitizer.

McMaster Engineering professor and his son creating face shields for healthcare workers

April 9, 2020 /  Department News

McMaster Engineering professor and his son creating face shields for healthcare workers

Alec Fernback, Engineering 1 student and his dad, Mike Noseworthy, are working on 3D printed face shields in the iBioMed Design Studio

Sibling success: Electrical & biomedical engineering student and sister create unique mask for healthcare workers

April 8, 2020 /  Department News

Sibling success: Electrical & biomedical engineering student and sister create unique mask for healthcare workers

Amanda Tomkins and her sister Kayla, a nursing student, used their time at home to design a mask that could potentially be used in place of an N95 respirator. Now, their design is nearing production.

MacEng arms the frontlines with ventilators for local hospitals

April 7, 2020 /  Department News

MacEng arms the frontlines with ventilators for local hospitals

McMaster engineers, physicians, students and industry partners join forces to create timely solutions to the high demand for critical equipment for frontline workers. In the third part of the MacEng arms the frontlines series, we take a look at ventilators.

W Booth SEPT B. Tech. Graduate Honoured with PEO S.E. Wolfe Award

April 6, 2020 /  Department News

W Booth SEPT B. Tech. Graduate Honoured with PEO S.E. Wolfe Award

Congratulations Bhavin Shukla!

MacEng arms the frontlines with face shields: Using 3D printers and industry collaboration to create protective gear for healthcare workers

April 2, 2020 /  Department News

MacEng arms the frontlines with face shields: Using 3D printers and industry collaboration to create protective gear for healthcare workers

McMaster engineers, physicians, students and industry partners join forces to create timely solutions to the high demand for more personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline workers. In the second part of the MacEng arms the frontlines series, we take a look at face shields.

Celebrating McMaster Engineering's Class of 2020 through video messages from our faculty and industry

March 27, 2020 /  Department News

Celebrating McMaster Engineering's Class of 2020 through video messages from our faculty and industry

While this year's Kipling Ceremony is postponed until further notice, we still wanted to take a moment to celebrate our graduating class.

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