Ernie Kay loved his Westdale home – and he loved McMaster. His house will become a living laboratory for McMaster researchers to help seniors live more independently at home.
Residence move-in, concerts, Shinerama, PJ parade and football game are just some of the many events taking place during Welcome Week 2016 from August 27 - September 3.
Researchers at McMaster University have found that gluten, a common protein in the Western diet which is not well digested by the gut enzymes, could be metabolized by bacteria.
McMaster places 83rd in the world in the rankings published each August by Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
U of T President Meric Gertler works on the principle of ‘consult, consult, consult’ – and then he acts to get the most out of synergies between the university and the city.
Researchers at McMaster have developed a new way to purify carbon nanotubes – the smaller, nimbler semiconductors that are expected to replace silicon within computer chips and a wide array of electronics.
Marion Marauder, owned in part by Social Sciences student and Marauders football player Devin Keeling, won this year’s Hambletonian Stakes at New Jersey’s Meadowlands Racetrack.
Tomatoes, strawberries, onions and more - the fruits of the harvest are ripening at McMaster's Teaching and Learning Garden.
Dr. Kien Trinh, clinical professor of family medicine for the Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, is the Field of Play Physician in boxing for the games, and he’ll be treating boxers from all around the world.
Canada's red jerseys will be tinged with maroon at this year's Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
McMaster engineers are on a search-and-destroy mission to purge industrial poisons found in our water.
Alumna Donna Vakalis (Arts & Science) is competing in the modern pentathlon at the Rio Olympics. Oh, and she's also working on her PhD in environmental engineering. Read her profile in Toronto Metro.
Mitchell Kurnell has a summer job at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. He earned the opportunity through his work at McMaster on a project to help researchers better understand the effects of radiation on astronauts.
17-year-old Emma Mogus is making headlines for her innovative assistive technology that enables people with disabilities to direct a computer mouse with their tongue.
An oversized column written by distinguished McMaster alumnus Gary Lautens that once adorned the walls of Toronto’s Honest Ed’s department store, was recently donated to McMaster University Library.
Ten risk factors that can be modified are responsible for nine of 10 strokes worldwide, but the ranking of those factors vary regionally, says a study led by researchers of the Population Health Research Institute (PHRI) of McMaster University.