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McMaster receives $8.9M to support research excellence

McMaster receives $8.9M to support research excellence

McMaster has been awarded six new Canada Research Chairs (CRCs) and three renewals, bringing a total of $8.9M in new funding from a federal program aimed at retaining and attracting research leaders.

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IS16 showcases inspiration, discovery, growth

IS16 showcases inspiration, discovery, growth

MILO's eighth Innovation Showcase highlighted the growing strength and impact of our student entrepreneurial movement.

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McMaster ranked among the best Canadian universities

McMaster ranked among the best Canadian universities

The University has maintained its overall ranking of 8th and increased its position for research intensity.

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Showcasing innovation

Thinking about submitting an entry to the Innovation Showcase 2016 Poster Competition? Take a look at the winning abstracts from the last Poster Competition, get inspired, and submit your own before November 2 for a chance to win $1000.

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Two top research organizations join to speed cancer research with molecular probes

Two top research organizations join to speed cancer research with molecular probes

The technical expertise of McMaster's Centre for Probe Development and Commercialization and the world-renowned Dana-Farber Cancer Institute are joining forces to form a consortium to disseminate new discoveries in the fight against cancer.

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More than $4.2M for Early Research Awards and research infrastructure

More than $4.2M for Early Research Awards and research infrastructure

The provincial government has invested in four new Early Researcher Awards and 16 Ontario Research Fund projects

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Philosopher, thrombosis researcher named Royal Society Fellows

Philosopher, thrombosis researcher named Royal Society Fellows

Barry Allen and Jeffrey Weitz have been recognized by the Royal Society of Canada for their research and scholarly excellence.

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Research Minutes Contest Winners

Research Minutes Contest Winners

Congratulations to Essam Seddik and Carmina Angelica Pérez Romero, whose one minute videos transformed their complex research into compelling visual "stories" that will help viewers appreciate how fault detection happens in our vehicles, and better understand the intricate science that determines how a single cell becomes a person.

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FedDev Ontario invests in BEAM

FedDev Ontario invests in BEAM

The federal government has announced almost $12M in funding for the Fraunhofer Project Centre for Biomedical Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing -- commonly known as BEAM.

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Research Minutes Video Competition

Research Minutes Video Competition

Are you a grad student with a cool story to tell about your research? Have you considered making a video about it?

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Celebrating discovery research

Celebrating discovery research

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.

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Remembering Pavlos Kanaroglou

Remembering Pavlos Kanaroglou

McMaster lost one its finest with the passing of Pavlos Kanaroglou - professor, scholar, esteemed researcher and "a good friend of Hamilton".

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Research examines link between physically active children and healthy adulthood

Research examines link between physically active children and healthy adulthood

JELF award will help study the physical activity-to-health connection in children to prove why exercise IS the best medicine.

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McMaster joins the Scholars at Risk Network

McMaster joins the Scholars at Risk Network

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.

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McMaster well-represented in NSERC's video competion

McMaster well-represented in NSERC's video competion

McMaster boasts 5 of the 33 videos chosen for the first round of the Science, Action! competition

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Pushing the frontiers of science and evidence-based decision making

Pushing the frontiers of science and evidence-based decision making

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.

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More than $2.3M for strategic projects

More than $2.3M for strategic projects

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.

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Art of Research competition launches February 29

Art of Research competition launches February 29

"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!

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