The students won a recent case competition by taking on the amount of waste generated by plastic pods used to brew individual cups of coffee.
Among the recipients are two researchers taking on infectious diseases in two very different ways.
How do agricultural, food processing practices affect obesity? McMaster team awarded $2M to find out
Research will look at how toxicants such as pesticides and herbicides and ingredients like artificial sweeteners and high-fructose corn syrup might affect brown fat activity.
Second-year biochem student Logo Warille received some good news recently -- he was awarded a bursary. He decided to find out about the scientist who funded the award.
University Hall will be bathed in green light the week of May 2 to help raise awareness about mental health issues in Canada.
Two art competitions recently hosted by the Library provide an opportunity for students to apply what they’ve learned and for the winners to have their work displayed in Mills and Innis libraries.
McMaster’s new massive open online specialization provides tools to help you understand the language of personal, corporate and global finance.
Big Ideas Better Harbour, featured academics, civic leaders, community activists and residents who came together to explore ways to support a healthy and thriving harbour.
The discovery provides new strategies that can be used to control the growth of cells used as therapeutics for a range of life-threatening diseases.
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