Science Minister Kirsty Duncan announced significant funding for researchers in all six McMaster faculties on Thursday June 23. Before making the announcement, Duncan toured researcher Lesley MacNeil's lab in the Farncombe Family Digestive Health Research Institute.
Are you a grad student with a cool story to tell about your research? Have you considered making a video about it?
McMaster lost one its finest with the passing of Pavlos Kanaroglou - professor, scholar, esteemed researcher and "a good friend of Hamilton".
JELF award will help study the physical activity-to-health connection in children to prove why exercise IS the best medicine.
McMaster has joined Scholars at Risk, a network of more than 400 higher education institutions in 39 countries working to protect threatened scholars, prevent attacks on higher education and promote academic freedom.
The Winners and Runners Up in our inaugural competition
NSERC CREATE program recognizes the diverse collective knowledge of our scientists and engineers
McMaster boasts 5 of the 33 videos chosen for the first round of the Science, Action! competition
Two McMaster projects have been awarded more than $1M from the Canada Foundation for Innovation to ensure they have access to cutting edge equipment and facilities.
"A picture is worth a thousand words" . . . but if you enter McMaster's inaugural ART OF RESEARCH competition, your eye-catching research-related photographs or images could be worth as much as $500!
Seven McMaster researchers have been awarded more than $2.3 million from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) to work with industry to grow the economy and create jobs.
Inaugural funding competition attracts applications from 35 teams
Six new CRCS and six renewed Chairs awarded by the federal government
The McMaster Institute for Music and the Mind (MIMM) is an interdisciplinary group of researchers including psychologists, neuroscientists, music theorists, musicians, dancers, media artists, mathematicians, kinesiologists, health scientists, and engineers. MIMM's founding director, music psychologist Laurel Trainor, researches how music impacts our mind and bodies.
Engineers are developing some of the most advanced technologies to reveal the workings and structure of the human brain.
For Fei Chiang and her research group, it's all about ensuring the quality of the data.