In six of Canada's seven NHL hockey markets, the arenas have gone dark for another season. McMaster assistant professor Hannah Holmes weighs in on what a lack of Canadian playoff games means for local and national economies.
A cancer diagnosis puts a patient into relationships with an assortment of health care providers, adding undue stress and anxiety to treatment and care. Jonathan Sussman wants to help ease that anxiety.
When the snow starts falling, it's time to lace 'em up and play a friendly game of ... soccer?
The joint project is anticipated to create up to 100 jobs and attract top scientists and industry researchers from around the world.
The first hints of Alzheimer’s disease in older Canadians may be caught earlier using new biomarkers being developed by McMaster neuroscientist Jennifer Heisz.
Most kids can think of dozens of ways to spend their birthday money. But Eric Thompson isn’t like most kids.
Without a rapid shift towards fiscal stimulus, the U.S. economy will likely experience a long-term economic malaise of the kind that ensnared Japan for more than two decades, says Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz.
Have you ever wanted to be part of something that could impact someone’s life? TAPESTRY is a student-centred volunteer program designed to keep Canadians out of the hospital.
Want to make the grade? To help students prepare for the spring exam period, McMaster's Student Success Centre is offering a free Exam Skills Workshop and top-five list of effective study tips.