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.
Abigail Payne is leading McMaster's multidisciplinary big data institute with an approach that values innovation and is focused on outcomes.
Geriatric epidemiologist Parminder Raina is the founding director of the new McMaster Institute of Geroscience -- the first of its kind in Canada.
First stage of an inclusive process to explore the development of an Indigenous Research Institute at McMaster brings together Indigenous and non-indigenous researchers, academics, and regional community and organizational stakeholders.
From the origin of life to technologies that will improve the lives of Canadians, a dozen reasons to celebrate McMaster’s research
12 Projects awarded more than $2.4M from the CFI's John Evans Leadership Fund
With MILO's assistance, Natalia Nikolova's concealed weapon detection technology is on its way to commercialization
$14.3M for Discovery and research equipment grants, 6 prestigious DAS grants and $2.5M in research scholarships help Mac push the boundaries of knowledge
Nine projects and 5 ERAs celebrated by Minister Ted McMeekin
Ontario Research Fund - Large Infrastructure Program awards $6.4M for two labs
Five ERAs recognized at provincial funding announcement.
Almost $2M from CFI will launch the Research Facility for Integrated Building Energy Harvesting Systems
McMaster researchers and Fraunhofer IZI promote BEAM at 2014 BIO Conference
Minister Kellie Leitch announces 4 new Canada Research Chairs for McMaster and the renewal of 5 Tier 1 CRCs.
John Valliant is part of a team of scientists from across Canada which has been awarded NSERC's Brockhouse Canada Prize for Interdisciplinary Research in Science and Engineering.
A new research network led by McMaster's Paulin Coulibaly will receive $5 million from the Government of Canada to help develop flood forecasting systems.
Three research projects awarded more than $1.2M to partner with Canadian industries to develop innovative technologies.