October 8, 2020Biomedical Engineering
Researchers at McMaster and Brock have created the prototype for a device that could pave the way for home-based cancer monitoring, much like the monitors that people with diabetes use to test their blood-sugar levels.
January 27, 2020Biomedical Engineering
McMaster researchers are working on ways to make taking medicine easier for people who have trouble swallowing.
October 18, 2019Biomedical Engineering
Working together, two PhD candidates have developed a new technique that could make it easier for researchers to study how crucial bone building cells respond to aging, trauma and implants.
July 25, 2019Biomedical Engineering
McMaster researchers have developed a novel new gel, made entirely from bacteria-killing viruses, that can be targeted to attack specific forms of bacteria.
March 19, 2019Biomedical Engineering
Plant cellulose can pave the way for healthy bone implants.
March 6, 2019Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering professor Heather Sheardown, who has been elected a Fellow of the American Institute of Biological and Medical Engineers (AIMBE), answers 15 questions in a rapid-fire video interview.
September 28, 2018Biomedical Engineering
Three researchers in McMaster’s Department of Chemical Engineering have been selected by the editors of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, a publication of the American Chemical Society, as members of the 2018 Class of Influential Researchers.
April 18, 2018Biomedical Engineering
Three McMaster researchers have been awarded infrastructure funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) to advance their work in materials processing, respiratory medicine, and mental health.
June 26, 2017Biomedical Engineering
McMaster’s dean of engineering has been elected by his peers to join a distinguished academy that offers key advice on matters of critical importance to Canada.
May 25, 2017Biomedical Engineering
Dr. Santerre's key innovation was to add ingredients during manufacturing of plastic medical devices the body won't reject.
April 4, 2017Biomedical Engineering
Final year engineering students will be showcasing their stellar cutting-edge technological capstone projects during three popular annual expos at McMaster University.
March 24, 2017Biomedical Engineering
On March 23, The Forge held it's third annual Forge@MAC Student Startup Competition. The event was attended by over 200 guests including students and individuals interested in the Hamilton entrepreneurial ecosystem.
March 21, 2017Biomedical Engineering
Two research projects – one focused on electric vehicles, the other on eye disease – have each received a $4 million boost from the Ontario Research Fund.
March 9, 2017Biomedical Engineering
Six teams of researchers from across McMaster's Faculties have been awarded $20,000 each from the Interdisciplinary Research Fund.
February 28, 2017Biomedical Engineering
Seven McMaster researchers received nearly $1.37 million combined for infrastructure funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI).
February 7, 2017Biomedical Engineering
Michael Brook, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, and School of Interdisciplinary Science, is the winner of this year’s Chemical Institute of Canada’s Macromolecular Science and Engineering Award.
January 9, 2017Biomedical Engineering
The awards, funded through CFI’s Major Science Initiative Fund, were announced today by Canada’s Minister of Science.
November 18, 2016Biomedical Engineering
This year's Innovation Showcase focused on the entrepreneurial spirit and creativity exhibited by students, graduate students, post doctoral fellows and researchers from across campus.
September 13, 2016Biomedical Engineering
A cross-national research consortia co-led by Andrew McArthur is receiving two of 16 federal grants to further develop a big data solution to the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance.