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Peter Mascher appointed associate vice-president of international affairs

Peter Mascher appointed associate vice-president of international affairs

Leading photonics researcher takes the helm at International Affairs to represent McMaster on the global stage.

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A one-two Steacie punch for Paul Ayers in 2013

A one-two Steacie punch for Paul Ayers in 2013

Theoretical chemist Paul Ayers has won the prestigious Steacie Prize for 2013

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Critical research for better health

Critical research for better health

$6.2M for Canada Research Chairs focused on health and well-being of Canadians

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Research Matters speaker series features John Brennan

Research Matters speaker series features John Brennan

Come to the McMaster Innovation Park on Monday November 4 to listen, debate and have your say.

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Strengthening communities through research

Strengthening communities through research

McMaster researchers have been awarded SSHRC Partnership grants to lead collaborations with the public, private and not-for-profit sectors to address issues critical to our nation's quality of life.

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Quality research for quality health care

Quality research for quality health care

McMaster the most successful Ontario institution with more than $13M awarded from the Health System Research Fund

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2013 Innovation Showcase Award winners

2013 Innovation Showcase Award winners

The sixth annual McMaster Innovation Showcase featured the presentation of thirteen awards, recognizing everything from the potential of budding entrepreneurs and their commercial prospects, to a lifetime innovation award.

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McMaster awarded three new Canada Research Chairs

McMaster awarded three new Canada Research Chairs

Two CRCs for health sciences, one for business and one Chair renewed in engineering.

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Ayers and Kallin awarded prestigous fellowships

Ayers and Kallin awarded prestigous fellowships

Theoretical chemist Paul Ayers and theoretical physicist Catherine Kallin were honoured with national awards this week. Ayers was given an E.W.R. Steacie Memorial Fellowship and Kallin was named a Killam Research Fellow.

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A cutting edge for manufacturing

A cutting edge for manufacturing

Researchers from the McMaster Manufacturing Research Institute (MMRI) offer the right 'tools' for industry to improve the performance of the machines in their factories. The payoffs range from reduced costs to greener factories.

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Changing the way we think

Changing the way we think

"We each have a responsibility to address social injustices. There is an urgency to make the planet a better place to be. But we need to wake up, and defend our public institutions and values."

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Taking research to the streets.

Taking research to the streets.

Visually capturing the gains and pains of Hamilton neighbourhoods.

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Moving information into the public sphere

Moving information into the public sphere

Milena Head knows how to make academic business knowledge palatable and usable for the community

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Helping people with spinal cord injuries get active

Helping people with spinal cord injuries get active

Academics, community workers, service groups, organizations and consumers have teamed together to ensure that the SCI community reaps the benefits of research.

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