Research from McMaster’s Katherine Boothe shows that a key barrier to adopting a national drug program in Canada is that policymakers continue to view such a plan as unaffordable, despite growing evidence to the contrary.
Seven researchers from across the disciplines have earned Early Researcher Awards to advance their work – a collective investment of nearly $1 million from the Province of Ontario.
Human teeth carry secrets that tell the story of humanity through its fragile relationship with the sun
Researchers are starting to tease out answers to major questions of evolution and migration, using clues hidden just under the enamel.
McMaster’s Alex Sévigny, APR, has been recognized by the Canadian Public Relations Society’s Hamilton branch for his dedication to the profession of public relations and communications management.
Building a hearing aid made Jenna Harris' future a bit clearer.
A group of Indigenous high schoolers got a taste of university-level science this week as part of a special workshop hosted by the Integrated Science Program, Indigenous Studies Program and Dillon Consulting.
It’s been used as a synonym for “stupid person” and reclaimed as a friendly term. But at its core, is “Newfie” still an offensive slur?
Economics student spotlights healthcare challenges of working poor winning national essay competition
Her research examines the level of access to supplementary health insurance coverage among Canadians and key characteristics associated with having, or lacking, coverage.
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