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5d ago
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In the Media: St. Catharines ‘biomedical inventor’ teen wins big in Ingenius+ Challenge
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by kittannd
6M ago
First-year iBioMed student Elijah Cosby took home a $10,000 prize in the latest Ingenius+ Challenge for his device created to assist the visually impaired. [...] Read More ..read more
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A fusion of engineering and business: Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering (MEME) student collaborates with River Drive Manufacturing
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by totimehk
7M ago
“This is your project. You can take it wherever you want as long as you can convince everyone that it brings value.” These words spoken by Marjan Alavi, Program Lead for the Master of Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering (MEME) program at McMaster University, are what encouraged Amirmahan (Amir) Mohseni to redirect his final master’s project from an engineering focus to an exploration of business management. The MEME student spent 12 months collaborating with community partner, River Drive Manufacturing (RDM), an Oakville- based company supplying high quality parts and products to the Publ ..read more
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A display of innovative designs at the BTech Capstone Showcase
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by totimehk
7M ago
On Dec. 6, the Engineering Technology Building buzzed with activity as crowds gathered to experience the results of months of innovative work at the sixth annual Bachelor of Technology (BTech) Capstone Showcase. For the past two semesters, BTech students have been diligently designing projects to meet community and industry needs. From a non-invasive diagnosis tool for endometriosis to a visual recognition robot designed to eliminate weeds, students are tackling complex challenges, exploring visionary ideas and developing solutions that extend far beyond the classroom. Three standout ideas fro ..read more
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Humanities and Engineering researchers team up to address climate change impact on Black communities
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by kittannd
7M ago
Ingrid Waldron and Zobia Jawed are creating workshops that will help racialized community members recognize the ways in which climate change affects their lives, and empower them to act. [...] Read More ..read more
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Enginuity: Manufacturing a better future for the toy industry 
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by kittannd
7M ago
At the risk of bubble-bursting, toys don’t come from a magic workshop. Every toy lining the shelves of stores was designed by a skilled team, working together to create innovative, safe and fun designs. McMaster University Materials Engineering and Management (’18) graduate Vanessa Raquel Raponi heads up one such team as the Manager, Manufacturing Engineering with Canadian-founded toy giant Spin Master.  Raponi oversees all Europe, Mexico and US manufacturing as her team  brings to life products based on globally recognized brands that delight millions of people. It’s not a job witho ..read more
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In the media: Where Are They Now: Landon Steenbakkers
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by kittannd
7M ago
McMaster bioengineering student, Landon Steenbakkers, shares his experience working at the Latulippe lab on campus in a collaborative project with Sartorius Canada Inc. [...] Read More ..read more
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‘An indelible mark’: Dean Sheardown reflects on December 6, progress and the path ahead
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by kittannd
8M ago
Content warning: Gender-based violence Today, I hold space in my mind and heart for the 14 women who tragically lost their lives to gender-based violence at École Polytechnique in Montreal 34 years ago. That day left an indelible mark on my life. I remember sitting with my family in front of the TV as reporting from Montreal unfolded. It was devastating and made me keenly aware of the precariousness of our world. I also felt a deep sense of connection to the women I was learning about. I’d recently finished my degree in engineering at McMaster University; one of only two women in my graduating ..read more
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First Black @Mac Eng event showcases STEM pathways and possibilities 
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by kittannd
8M ago
In a dedicated effort toward ensuring equitable access to STEM education for Black youth, McMaster University’s Faculty of Engineering launched its inaugural Black @ Mac Eng event in Toronto this fall.   The event, centred around education, engagement, and empowerment, served as an opportunity for Black parents, children, and prospective undergraduate and graduate students to explore pathways to post-secondary studies, STEM, and immerse themselves in the vibrant ‘Fireball Family’ — Engineering’s tight-knit community.  Guided by a commitment to fostering respect and belonging in ..read more
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Engineering Evolved TV series features expertise of McMaster professors 
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by kittannd
8M ago
Airing on Super Channel Fuse today is a new TV series, Engineering Evolved, with commentary from four McMaster University Faculty of Engineering professors.   The six-episode show billed as “a captivating ride through the evolution of transportation” includes historians and engineers who guide viewers through the inception, innovation and modernization of modes of transit.  Making their Engineering Evolved debut are Marjan Alavi, Program Lead and Assistant Professor in the W Booth School of Engineering Practice & Technology, Nana Ofori-Opoku, Assistant Professor of Materials ..read more
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