Water is the lifeblood of our planet - and our researchers are committed to protecting it. Find out how our innovative research connects technology, water science and policy to address a range of real-world challenges.
Neuroactive compounds in antidepressants enter our wastewater and affect how fish function. Identifying the potential damage to fish is paramount for protecting our aquatic ecosystems.
The two special call projects and three Exploration projects will study turtle habitats, collaborative remote research, revitalization of Indigenous languages, innovative antibiotic delivery and better auditory assistive tech.
To mark World Water Day 2022, here are a few examples of some of McMaster’s world-leading water research — from preserving oceanic, arctic and wetland ecosystems to tackling contamination in urban and rural waterways.