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830,000 print books from Library’s collection now digitally available to faculty, students

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McMaster University Library may be physically closed, but thanks to a new agreement with an international consortium of research libraries, the McMaster community can still access more than 830,000 print books in the Library’s collection, though in a very different way. The Library is now participating in the HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) program […]

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Spices adds flavour to campus life!

Building a brighter world. That’s what it’s all about when you’re a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow at McMaster. You spend your days immersed in research – reading, analyzing, writing – with the goal of making a difference. But at those in-between moments beyond the labs, libraries and lecture halls … well, that’s when life happens. […]

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Disability-related issues are the topic at McMaster’s Employee Accessibility Network

McMaster employees with disabilities or who have medical accommodations are welcome to join the Employee Accessibility Network – a space for faculty, instructors, teaching and research assistants, and staff to connect and discuss disability-related issues. The network holds regular meetings, where topics range from barriers to accessible teaching and learning environments, to supports for TAs […]

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Life and death of the stars: Researchers investigate extreme galaxy environments

An international team of 30 scientists—led by researchers at McMaster—is using one of the world’s largest telescopes to investigate and map extreme galaxy environments in brilliant detail. Where galaxies live in the Universe, how they interact with their surroundings and with each other is a major influence on star formation over cosmic time. But exactly […]

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MIRA awards Mac researchers more than $500,000 for work in mobility and aging

Faculty members speak to students during a poster session.

Thirteen McMaster research projects, from every faculty and a wide range of disciplines, have received funding totalling more than $500,000 from the McMaster Institute for Research on Aging (MIRA) and its affiliate Labarge Centre for Mobility in Aging. MIRA has awarded Labarge Catalyst grants totalling $240,000 to six interdisciplinary research proposals, each with team members […]

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