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Origins Institute

The Origins Institute focuses on some of the most-interesting and most important questions in science: how did the universe begin? how did elements form? how did stars, galaxies and planets form? The Origins Institute focuses on some of the most-interesting and most important questions in science: how did the universe...

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McMaster Institute for Energy Studes (MIES)

The McMaster Institute for Energy Studies (MIES) is an interdisciplinary institute for the study of energy extraction, transformation, generation, transportation and end-use. Its research mission emphasizes the economic and environmental impacts of all stages in the energy process. MIES counts researchers from the sciences, engineering, social sciences and business administration...

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First Nations Digital Democracy

First Nations Digital Democracy engages a number of First Nations communities that have either used, or plan to implement digital technology for community consultations within the coming years. By working together we hope to answer important questions about how such technologies impact participation and governance in these communities. First Nations...

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McMaster Advanced Control Consortium (MACC)

The McMaster Advanced Control Consortium (MACC) promotes and advances process automation and related process systems engineering technologies through academe-industry interactions The McMaster Advanced Control Consortium (MACC) was established in 1988 to promote and advance process automation and related process systems engineering technologies through academe-industry interactions. Company membership grew and also...

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Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research

The Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research (IIDR) at McMaster University is a world-leading centre of transdisciplinary infectious disease research. The Michael G. DeGroote Institute for Infectious Disease Research (IIDR) at McMaster University is a world-leading centre of transdisciplinary infectious disease research. Since its inception in 2007, through...

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Institute for Globalization and the Human Condition

The Institute on Globalization and the Human Condition has contributed to research and teaching excellence about globalizing processes and how these come to bear upon our lives, our communities, and the environment in which we live. The IGHC plays a crucial role in promoting research and teaching on global and...

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Productivity Partnership

The Productivity Partnership aims to engage researchers interested in studying Canada’s productivity challenge. The Productivity Partnership aims to engage researchers interested in studying Canada’s productivity challenge. The project is funded by a SSHRC Partnership Development Grant and awarded to a team of Canadian researchers. The project’s goal is to increase...

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Lewis & Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship

The Lewis and Ruth Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship provides consulting, instruction, and technical support to faculty, staff, and graduate students with all levels of technological experience. Sherman Centre staff consult on any stage or aspect of a digital scholarship or pedagogical project to help determine the digital tools, techniques,...

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McMaster Physical Activity Centre of Excellence (PACE)

PACE: McMaster PACE is a specialized exercise training and research Centre where our scientists, students, and staff are devoted to improving health and well-being among older adults and people living with chronic disease or disability. PACE activities share the mission and vision of McMaster University and focus on the achievement and...

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McMaster Paleoethnobotany Research Facility (MPERF)

Our research at the MPERF focuses on foodways and ethnoecology. Research teams draw botanical residues from artifacts, teeth, and sediments to understand human-plant relationships in the historic and ancient past. Our research at the MPERF focuses on foodways and ethnoecology. Research teams draw botanical residues from artifacts, teeth, and sediments...

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