Two McMaster professors, one a pioneer for women’s health and the other a world leader in evidence-based medicine, have been named to the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame.
In the Globe and Mail, McMaster's Greig Mordue writes that if Canada is prepared to think big, it can continue to compete in advanced manufacturing.
More than 100 international students gathered for a traditional Canadian Thanksgiving Thursday night at Binkley United Church.
A team of McMaster-led researchers has discovered that bacteria found in the gut may contribute to the body’s response to gluten — an important finding that could lead to new treatments for celiac disease.
The three-storey, 28,000-square-foot Hatch Centre for Engineering Experiential Learning will be a hub for several engineering teams, clubs, societies, student support services and collaborative workspace.
- Resilience and longevity for older workers with arthritis through exercise
- Faculty of Health Sciences employees needed for study on caregiver-employees
- Federal election: Register and vote on campus this week
- McMaster Children's Party will take place Nov. 28
- McMaster’s internet and research networks get speed boost
EOHSS provides helpful tips for fire prevention.
This month, President Patrick Deane discusses the new 'Perspectives on Peace' campaign - which includes lectures, art exhibits, film screenings and more - and why tackling the world's 'big questions' is so...
McMaster and the McMaster Students Union are launching a joint partnership to help support student refugees, with a focus over the coming year on refugees from Syria.
Margaret Trudeau spoke candidly about what people need to make their later years meaningful and fulfilling at a recent symposium on aging, the second event in the Big Ideas, Better Cities series.
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