In a New Zealand first, University of Canterbury Engineering students inspired by legendary Kiwi racer Burt Munro are taking on a world land-speed record in a rocket-shaped electric car they’ve designed and built.
The ceremonies, held at The Regent on Broadway, begin Tuesday morning and run until Friday afternoon, opening with Māori and Pacific ceremonies.
As we mark Global Entrepreneurship Week at McMaster, we are highlighting the innovative thinkers working to turn ideas into reality.
Toni Bruce has been studying the meaning of men’s Rugby World Cups to New Zealanders since 2007. This year, the University of Auckland professor turned her gaze on the women’s Rugby World Cup and already has some interesting findings.
A competitive spirit and a passion for strategic management has landed University of Waikato Business Management student Stella McLean a ticket to Norway for the International Case Competition in February.
A team of Monash University biomedical engineering students has launched a global artificial heart competition to help combat one of the world’s biggest killers – heart failure.
Female engineering students from The University of Western Australia, who are part of a team that designs and builds electric formula-style race cars, are set to become mentors at the Girls on Track motorsport event in Perth.
For Jah-Amaka Enwedo and Jessie Conrad, the goal of doing research at the University of Alberta is to make life better for people in their home communities.
Four McMaster Faculty of Engineering graduates have won the 2022 Canadian James Dyson Award, a design award that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers.
Football team advances to the 114th Yates Cup after beating Ottawa Gee-Gees 35-13 at Richardson Field.