McMaster Archive

November 12, 2018

Six tips for start-up success from Faculty of Engineering innovators

Are you looking to build your big idea into a start-up success? In recognition of Global Entrepreneurship Week, accomplished McMaster Engineering innovators and up and coming student startups share valuable advice for budding entrepreneurs.

November 12, 2018

Canadian Centre for Electron Microscopy celebrates a decade of detail

“We’re the envy of universities around the world,” says CCEM director Gianluigi Botton

November 9, 2018

When science isn’t fiction

Professor Doug Welch advised sci-fi movie makers so they could depict science as accurately as possible. The TIFF film will be screened on campus Nov. 22.

November 8, 2018

McMaster researchers recognized at Innovation Showcase

Three researchers receive awards from the office of the vice-president, Research.

November 8, 2018

New grant honours memory of first Indigenous woman to graduate from McMaster

A new grant established in 2017 is named in honour of Marjorie Anderson, who died in 2002, is helping Indigenous students pursue post-secondary education at McMaster.

November 7, 2018

Experiential learning courses helping Life Sci students to “find themselves” academically

Third and fourth year Life Sciences students are completing placements at a wide range of science-related workplaces as part of experiential learning programming.

November 6, 2018

McMaster Industry Liaison Office presents Innovation Showcase

Day-long event will highlight biomedical research at McMaster

November 6, 2018

Innovation Showcase researchers spotlight: Jeremy Hirota

Jeremy Hirota is one of five researchers presenting their work at the 2018 Innovation Showcase hosted by the McMaster Industry Liaison Office.

November 6, 2018

Innovation Showcase researcher spotlight: Kathryn Grandfield

Kathryn Grandfield is one of five researchers presenting their work at the 2018 Innovation Showcase hosted by the McMaster Industry Liaison Office.

November 6, 2018

Mac Kin wins

Dean of Science, professor, and PhD students receive Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology awards

November 6, 2018

Eating healthy at school and work is SMPL!

SMPL offers lunch and dinner options prepared without the use of preservatives or any of the top 10 allergens in Canada (milk, eggs, wheat, soy, sesame, mustard, shellfish, peanuts, tree nuts, gluten).

November 5, 2018

McMaster President to lead Queen’s University

McMaster President Patrick Deane is taking on a new role at Queen’s University. It was announced on Monday that he will be Queen’s new Principal as of July 1, 2019.

November 2, 2018

Computing and Software research team wins IBM Project of the Year Award

McMaster’s Computing and Software associate professor, Christopher Anand and his research team have won the IBM Centre for Advanced Studies Project of the Year Award.

November 2, 2018

Exploring the fine, fragile line between democracy and dictatorship

Demos Kratos, a new play by Marilo Nuñez, is this year’s Fall Major Production.

November 1, 2018

Looking to the future of equity, diversity and inclusion at McMaster

Equity and Inclusion associate vice-president Arig al Shaibah will be seeking feedback on a new framework and strategy

November 1, 2018

Town Hall update showcases new programs, opportunities for global engagement

McMaster faculty, staff and students recently had the opportunity to learn more about a host of new internationally-focused programs, initiatives, and resources at the McMaster Global Engagement Town Hall, held last week in L.R. Wilson Hall.

November 1, 2018

Acclaimed playwright to visit McMaster in Arts and Science and Socrates Project collaboration

Arun Lakra, an eye surgeon by day and a professional artist by night, will be visiting McMaster University from November 6-8, 2018

November 1, 2018

Arts & Science alumna wins Governor General’s literary award

Arts Sci grad Sarah Henstra wins GG award for her novel The Red Word

October 31, 2018

McMaster to participate in major North American automotive competition

McMaster University is among two Canadian institutions competing in a North American competition to improve the energy efficiency and safety of an SUV.

October 30, 2018

“Everybody’s got a story”

Meet fiction writer, poet and playwright Kate Cayley, McMaster's writer-in-residence.