Some of the many ways McMaster's experts are making news this week.
The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT), hosted by McMaster, has received $5.3 million in ongoing funding through to March 2020 from the Public Health Agency of Canada.
Mirna Carranza hopes a simple meeting will be the catalyst to get a number of local agencies working together to better serve Hamilton’s immigrant communities.
McMaster health researchers will receive a total of $37.2M from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research to further their high-impact research.
Hot, dry conditions are hurting crops, wildfires are forcing people from their homes and now grasshopper populations are reaching epidemic proportions.
Young aspiring coders got a taste of what it’s like to work at one of the world’s biggest tech companies last week.
Two new state-of-the-art labs designed specifically for undergraduates are providing students in the Faculty of Science with a unique form of experiential learning.
Former soccer player and current McMaster physical therapist Dianna Moulden on her role as Lead Medical Practitioner for Pan Am soccer.
McMaster's kitchen staff have been hard at work since the arrival of more than 400 Pan Am soccer players on campus.
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