|Team-based entrepreneurship at heart of new master's program
Bringing together teams of entrepreneurs with different backgrounds and expertise to generate new business start-ups is the core concept behind a new master's degree at McMaster.
|Researchers have true 'gut feeling' about latest research
A lot of chatter goes on inside each one of us and not all of it happens between our ears.
Researchers at McMaster University have discovered that the "cross-talk" between bacteria in our guts and our brains plays an important role in the developm
|Debate to examine evidence-based medicine
The role of evidence-based medicine (EBM) in the delivery of healthcare in the 21st century will be the subject of a public debate on March 31 featuring the doctor who first coined the phrase and a leading researcher at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota w
|Hunting for deadly bacteria
You can't see them, or smell them or taste them.
They can be in our water and in our food, multiplying so rapidly that conventional testing methods for detecting pathogens such as E.coli, salmonella and listeria come too late for the tens of thous
|Drug may help sickest patients (Apr-14/11)|
Patients in critical care have a larger risk for dangerous blood clots because they are immobile and usually have heart or breathing problems. However, an international study by McMaster University researchers has found promise in a lower dose formul
|Early autism screening opposed by Mac study
A new study offers a unique glimpse into the mind of autistic people, suggesting they perceive symmetry better...
|Antipsychotic drug labels updated; can affect newborns if taken during pregnancy
OTTAWA Health Canada says it is updating the prescribing information for antipsychotic drugs to include new safety information for newborns whose mothers may have taken the drugs during pregnancy.
|A primer on three common types of skin cancer
Q: What kind of abnormalities on the skin could be cancer and should be checked out?
|Female Professor Named Chair in Heavy Construction (May-30/11)|
HAMILTON, ON, May 30, 2011 … Heavy construction machinery may tower above her but Saiedeh Razavi will wield a great deal of influence on their future use as the inaugural Chair in Heavy Construction at McMaster University.
|McMaster to Announce Holder of Chair in Heavy Construction (May-28/11)|
HAMILTON, ON, May 27, 2011 … The inaugural holder of the new Chair in Heavy Construction will be announced on Monday, May 30, 11:00 a.m. in the University Club, Great Hall, at McMaster University. The Chair was established with the support of $1,252,
|Global Outlook Nets McMaster Student Engineering Gold (May-26/11)|
HAMILTON, May 26, 2011 … Some students attend class to become engineers, others to change the world. Erica Barnes falls into the latter group and her mission to turn her future colleagues into global engineers who practice sustainability has netted h
|Future Tech Gadgets to be Showcased at McMaster (Apr-04/11)|
HAMILTON, ON, April 4, 2011 … A wheelchair driven by head movement. Another that can follow a nurse or doctor. Touchless computing. A home energy monitoring system that finds the lowest hydro rates. A fridge management system that texts you when you
|NOKIA CEO Stephen Elop to Speak at McMaster University (Mar-31/11)|
HAMILTON, ON, March 31, 2011 … Stephen Elop, Chairman and CEO, Nokia Corporation, and a native of Ancaster, Ontario, will speak at McMaster University on Friday, April 1, 2011 at 2:30 p.m. He is the guest speaker at the 27th annual J.W. Hodgins Memor
|Future Tech Gadgets to be Showcased at McMaster (Mar-30/11)|
HAMILTON, ON, March 30, 2011 … A wheelchair driven by head movement. Another that can follow a nurse or doctor. Touchless computing. A home energy monitoring system that finds the lowest hydro rates. A fridge management system that texts you when you
|PACE Lab Opens at McMaster to Give Students a Global Edge in Automotive Design
Hamilton, ON, Canada, March 17, 2011 – The PACE Lab established by General Motors (GM) and PACE Partners Autodesk, HP, Oracle and Siemens PLM Software at McMaster University is giving engineering and technology students a global edge as they prepare
|StartUp Drinks Burlington - Networking Opportunity! - March 29 @ THE BLACK BULL (Mar-15/11)|
PACE Automotive Design Lab to Open at McMaster University (Mar-14/11)|
HAMILTON, ON, CANADA (March 14, 2011) – Representatives from General Motors, Autodesk, HP, Siemens PLM Software, Oracle, Partners for the Advancement of Collaborative Engineering Education (PACE), and McMaster University will officially open the univ
|Turning Research into Dollars
Part of Growing Your Business Series
Join us for Turning Your Research into Dollars at our ?Growing Your Business? breakfast event series 7:30 to 10 a.m., Thursday March 10th at the University of Toronto Mississauga?s Faculty Club. We have selected one company from a large pool of appli
|Head of Nokia Worldwide to Speak at McMaster University (Mar-08/11)|
Stephen Elop, Chairman and CEO, Nokia Corporation, will speak at McMaster University on Friday, April 1, 2011. He is the guest speaker at the 27th annual J.W. Hodgins Memorial Lecture. This will be Mr. Elop’s first public engagement in North America
|Turning Research into Dollars: Part of Growing Your Business Series
Although expensive, R&D is vital for companies to remain innovative and successful.
|Enerkem Named One of World's 50 Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company (Mar-01/11)|
|Risk Management & Your Business (Mar-01/11)|
When: Tuesday March 8, 2011 @ 8:00 AM
Where: Burlington Art Center - 1333 Lakeshore Road East, Burlington, Ontario
Cost: $15/Member & $25/Non-Member
|iCo Therapeutics Inc. iCo-007 Program to be Presented & CEO to Sit on Panel at Retinal Physician Symposium 2011 (Feb-24/11)|
|Theralase Appoints Chief Scientific Officer (Feb-18/11)|
Theralase Technologies Inc. (TSX-V: TLT) announced today the appointment of Dr. Arkady Mandel as Chief Scientific Officer.