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Grant accelerates McMaster University, SQI Diagnostics effort to move infection testing innovation from lab to market

April 13, 2021 /  Department News
Source: Daily News

Grant accelerates McMaster University, SQI Diagnostics effort to move infection testing innovation from lab to market

A new grant is helping McMaster engineers and a Toronto precision-medicine diagnostics company to get infection-testing technology to market.

BTech’s Timber Yuen wins 2021 MSU Teaching Award

April 12, 2021 /  Department News

BTech’s Timber Yuen wins 2021 MSU Teaching Award

Chair of Bachelor of Technology’s automotive program recognized for innovative teaching style and caring approach

  W Booth School awarded over $900K to help Canadian industries adopt digital technologies

April 7, 2021 /  Department News

W Booth School awarded over $900K to help Canadian industries adopt digital technologies

A project to accelerate the adoption of digital technologies and smart systems within Canadian industries has been awarded over $900K from the Future Skills Centre (FSC).

McMaster Engineering to host capstone expo featuring more than 200 student projects

April 6, 2021 /  Department News

McMaster Engineering to host capstone expo featuring more than 200 student projects

Final-year students will be showcasing their stellar technological capstone projects during the first-ever faculty-wide McMaster Engineering Capstone Expo this week.

McMaster Engineering awarded $592,000 for sustainable infrastructure training

March 30, 2021 /  Department News
Source: Daily News

McMaster Engineering awarded $592,000 for sustainable infrastructure training

A McMaster Engineering-based training program and partnership has received $592,000 in provincial funding to train up to 150 technologists and engineers to create sustainable infrastructure.

Wastewater is a COVID-19 'early warning system,' Ontario spends $12M to test sewage | CBC News

March 19, 2021 /  Department News
Source: CBC

Wastewater is a COVID-19 'early warning system,' Ontario spends $12M to test sewage | CBC News

CBC Article on Wastewater COVID-19 Research

In the Media: Wastewater is a COVID-19 'early warning system,' Ontario spends $12M to test sewage

March 19, 2021 /  Department News
Source: CBC

In the Media: Wastewater is a COVID-19 'early warning system,' Ontario spends $12M to test sewage

The Ontario government's investment of more than $12 million in a new initiative to detect COVID-19 in wastewater is being hailed as a boost to help researchers deliver early warnings to municipalities before a spike in new cases occurs.

Tom Wanyama named Lab Director for the Learning Factory

March 12, 2021 /  Department News

Tom Wanyama named Lab Director for the Learning Factory

Tom Wanyama, Chair of the Automation Engineering Technology program in the W Booth School of Engineering Practice and Technology, has been selected to lead the Learning Factory as the Lab Director.

Black History Month Q&A Spotlight Series: Shunae Mickle

February 10, 2021 /  Department News

Black History Month Q&A Spotlight Series: Shunae Mickle

Getting involved is how McMaster Engineering student, Shunae Mickle is growing personally and professionally.

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