I hope you all had a restful break over the holidays. As we begin 2021, the Faculty of Engineering sends its best wishes to you and your communities. We have come out of 2020 more agile and creative than ever, and I am optimistic that this year will be a rewarding one.
Thanks for reading,
Ishwar K.Puri, Dean
Faculty of Engineering
"We miss them dearly" On January 8, one year after the crash of Ukrainian International Airlines Flight 752, McMaster remembers engineering graduate students Iman Aghabali and Mehdi Eshaghian Dorcheh. They were treasured members of McMaster Automotive Resource Centre's research team, supervised by Ali Emadi.
Distributing vital vaccines–without refrigeration Being able to transport and store vaccines without refrigeration would be a major advance -- not just for the COVID-19 vaccine, but all kinds of vaccines, all over the world. A new campus-based start-up is working on making that happen.
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In the latest episode, four experts from McMaster’s Centre of Excellence in Protective Equipment and Materials (CEPEM) answer frequently asked questions about cloth masks, and how they’re working with industry partners to improve the next generation of PPE in Canada.
Being able to transport and store vaccines without refrigeration would be a major advance -- not just for the COVID-19 vaccine, but all kinds of vaccines, all over the world. A new campus-based start-up is working on making that happen. | @McMasterEnghttps://t.co/gMn79pCwyd
Happy to be on this list - and to have so many @McMasterEng colleagues and collaborators on it too. Crazy that one of our most recent hires @Mac_ChemEng is already in the top 2% of cited researchers in the world (Drew Higgins) - took me slightly longer! https://t.co/hCSgCZbrjX