McGill researchers lay foundation for next generation aortic grafts

30 Jan 2020

A new study by researchers at McGill University has measured the dynamic physical properties of the human aorta, laying the foundation for the development of grafts capable of mimicking the native...

Clean concrete technology ready for ramp-up

23 Jan 2020

The year is off to an auspicious start for Carbicrete, whose made-at-McGill technology could make concrete products more environmentally friendly....

ChangeMakers conference builds bridges and topples barriers

12 Dec 2019

In McGill’s Art Hive the drum pounded to the rhythmic arm swings of the high school students sitting around it. The youth on the drum were led by Ben Geboe (Coordinator of the Indigenous Access...

Some plastic with your tea?

4 Oct 2019

Researchers from the Chemical Engineering Department discovered plastic teabags release billions of nanoparticles into brewed tea. Find out more about the study in this McGill Reporter article.     

AI by the students, for the students

23 Apr 2019

The end of every academic year brings around many recurring activities. Exams are one such example, and final project presentations are another classic year-end hoop for students to jump through....

From paper robots to miniature wind tunnels, annual engineering emporium showcases student creativity

23 Apr 2019

If ever, on a cold spring afternoon, you should find yourself quietly despairing for the future of humankind, make a point of visiting the Faculty of Engineering Design Day. The annual event which...

Student entrepreneurs learn life and business lessons

31 Jan 2019

In business, as in life, the Golden Rule applies. This was the central message of alumnus and entrepreneur Rory Altman (BEng ’92), who spoke at the 6th Annual John Thompson Entrepreneurial...

Engineering students share their passion for STEM

24 Jan 2019

As society becomes increasingly integrated with technology, the need to educate students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) becomes ever more paramount. However, Canada lags...


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