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Science in the City Public Lecture Series

The Science in the City Lecture Series will be returning in Spring of 2015 and relaunched as Research in the City. Stay tuned!

 

Research Matters

McMaster University is also part of the Research Matters campaign, a collaboration among Ontario’s 21 universities to find new ways to tell stories about how research is changing lives. Ontario’s universities produce a steady stream of useful and fascinating research that transform how people live, work and play, across the province and around the world. To find out about the latest Research Matters events and hear about the latest research, link to the Research Matters website here

Kathleen Martin Ginis featured in What Matters Now April 9

How can Canadians with physical disabilities live more active, healthy lives? Kinesiologist Kathleen Martin Ginis, Director of the Physical Activity Centre of Excellence (PACE) will be speaking at the next What Matters Now: A Research Matters Panel Discussion, that will also feature four Ontario researchers talking about their work. 

Wednesday April 9th, 2014  |  6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
McMichael Canadian Art Collection
10365 Islington Ave, Kleinburg, Ontario

This is a free public event and all are welcome. Go to Event Registration to reserve your seat, click here for the poster and more information.

Can't make it to the McMichael art gallery? The event will also be webcast - please register here if you'd like to tune in.

John Brennan featured in Hamilton's What Matter's Now event

 

On Monday November 4, 2013 McMaster University hosted a free public event as part of the Research Matters campaign.


The theme for the evening was What Matters Now and featured five researchers from across Ontario, including McMaster's own John Brennan. You can watch the video of that event below.

 

 

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