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McMaster community members honoured with John C. Holland Awards

McMaster community members honoured with John C. Holland Awards

Sharon Nwamadi and Kayonne Christy were both recognized at a ceremony celebrating leaders in the local black community Saturday night.

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Using participatory research to empower Indigenous communities

Using participatory research to empower Indigenous communities

"It's important to look at the strengths of communities and the positive things that are going on," says McMaster researcher.

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How to build whey more muscle

How to build whey more muscle

McMaster scientists have ended the debate over the effectiveness of protein supplements.

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New exhibit celebrates achievements, contributions of Jewish Canadians

New exhibit celebrates achievements, contributions of Jewish Canadians

Canadian Jewish Experience: A Tribute to Canada 150 - on display in the foyer of Mills Library until February 16 - highlights the important role Jewish Canadians have played in many facets of Canadian life.

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Mac researcher honoured for work on obesity, diabetes

Mac researcher honoured for work on obesity, diabetes

It has been a year filled with honours and awards for McMaster University researcher Gregory Steinberg.

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Ten McMaster researchers awarded Canada Research Chairs

Ten McMaster researchers awarded Canada Research Chairs

Recognized as leaders in their fields, 10 McMaster researchers have been awarded $8.6 million from the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) Program to further their work, improve Canada’s international competitiveness, and train the next generation of leaders.

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McMaster joins global network of 'age-friendly' universities

McMaster joins global network of 'age-friendly' universities

McMaster University has joined the international Age-Friendly University (AFU) network, a global body made up of higher education institutions that are committed to being more accessible to older adults.

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McMaster named Canada's most research-intensive university

McMaster named Canada's most research-intensive university

McMaster continues to lead in university rankings – this time being recognized as Canada’s most research-intensive university in the 2017 Research Infosource rankings released today.

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Federal funds of $3.6M support development of a tuberculosis vaccine

Federal funds of $3.6M support development of a tuberculosis vaccine

The development of a tuberculosis (TB) vaccine at McMaster University has been boosted by $3.6 million in grants from the Canadian Institutes for Health Research.

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Researchers receive nearly $8.7M for study of microbes, economic, social and health data

Researchers receive nearly $8.7M for study of microbes, economic, social and health data

Two McMaster-based research projects have received a combined $8.7 million from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to support research infrastructure development.

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Karen Mossman named Associate Vice-President, Research

Karen Mossman named Associate Vice-President, Research

McMaster’s Board of Governors appoint Karen Mossman, professor in pathology and molecular medicine, as new Associate Vice-President, Research.

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Strengthening McMaster’s research presence at MIP

Strengthening McMaster’s research presence at MIP

Nick Markettos, currently McMaster’s assistant vice-president, research partnerships, will expand his role and will now serve as Assistant Vice-President Research – Innovation & Partnerships.

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$16.3M from NSERC awarded to more than 100 McMaster scientists and engineers

$16.3M from NSERC awarded to more than 100 McMaster scientists and engineers

More than one hundred McMaster researchers, graduate students and postdoctoral fellows have received a combined $16.3M from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC).

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Lorraine York and Mark Crowther new Fellows of Royal Society of Canada

Lorraine York and Mark Crowther new Fellows of Royal Society of Canada

Lorraine York, a professor of English and Cultural Studies and Mark Crowther, who holds a joint appointment in the departments of Medicine, and Pathology and Molecular Medicine, have been named new Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada.

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McMaster ranked 78th in World University Rankings

McMaster ranked 78th in World University Rankings

McMaster University was ranked 78th in the world for excellence in research and teaching, up 35 spots from the previous ranking.

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Engineering researchers receive $1.9 million in federal funding

Engineering researchers receive $1.9 million in federal funding

Five engineering projects awarded funding from CFI's John Evans Leadership Fund.

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Expert in environmental health named new Jarislowsky Chair

Expert in environmental health named new Jarislowsky Chair

Karen Kidd, an internationally recognized expert in chemical contamination of food webs, has been named the Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in Environment and Health at McMaster University.

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New role strengthens research administration at McMaster

New role strengthens research administration at McMaster

Kathy Charters appointed Assistant Vice-President, Research Administration

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McMaster invites top-tier international researchers to apply for Canada Research 150 Chairs

McMaster invites top-tier international researchers to apply for Canada Research 150 Chairs

Exceptional scholars and researchers, from all disciplines, and every career stage, are invited to apply to one of our six Faculties.

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