McMaster continues to be ranked among the country’s best universities, earning one of the top spots in this year’s Maclean’s magazine rankings.
More than 150 delegates from 25 countries shared inspiring ideas on how to improve higher education and prepare the next generation of engaged engineers at a high profile event held in Niagara Falls, Ont.
Researchers from the McMaster Stem Cell and Cancer Research Institute found that boosting fat cells located in the bone morrow suppressed cancerous leukemia cells but induced the regeneration of healthy blood cells at the same time.
Scholes, Social Sciences '62, was co-recipient of the 1997 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences alongside researcher Robert C. Merton. The pair was recognized for their work to develop a new method to determine the value of derivatives.
Similar to how the job market has changed, so too has the further education journey. those pursuing further education in today’s academic environment are working with a more customizable process.
Life for new immigrants is hard in many ways. But one thing that is rarely recognized is the dramatic shift for newcomers in what they eat.
Alfred Voytek is helping support health research at McMaster with a donation in excess of $500,000 towards research, including the use of new technologies to uncover the genomic, metabolomic and gut microbiomic signatures of future disease...
DNA helps illuminate the complex population dynamics of the first peoples of Newfoundland and Labrador
Specifically, was there a genetic link between the Maritime Archaic and the Beothuk populations, two culturally distinct populations that lived at different times in Newfoundland for the better part of some 5,000 years.
If you ever find yourself responding to a medical emergency, Dr. Eddie Wasser has some advice for you: The first pulse you take is your own.
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