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Kathryn Grandfield Recognized MacPherson Institute Awards

June 30, 2017
A McMaster Engineering researcher studying how to improve bone implants, such as dental implants and hip replacements, is the recipient of a young innovator grant. Kathryn Grandfield, an assistant Materials Science and Engineering professor, has been awarded the $25,000 Petro-Canada - McMaster...

Distinguished University Professor Dr. Bruce Gaulin

May 19, 2017

May 16, the McMaster University Senate voted to confer the title of Distinguished University Professor on Bruce Gaulin.  This title is the highest honour that the University can bestow on one of its own members.  President Deane said that the Senate took note of Professor Gaulin's reputation as...

Bruce Gaulin named Outstanding Referee by American Physical Society

January 23, 2017

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Bruce Gaulin named Outstanding Referee by American Physical Society

January 20, 2017

Groundbreaking for SANS Project

November 1, 2016

"SANS for Nanostructured Materials" is a $9M CFI and OIT project, which will build a modern small angle neutron...

Kathryn Grandfield on the front page of Physics Today!

April 2, 2015

Congratulations Kathryn!

"Bone, implants, and their interfaces" was featured on the cover of Physics Today in April 2015.

K. Grandfield, Physics Today 68 (2015) 40     DOI 10.1063/PT.3.2748

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CCEM Awarded CFI-MSI Funding

January 28, 2015

Read this article in the McMaster Daily News for details:

Here is the link to the CFI website...

Staff honoured with President's Awards for Outstanding Service

June 9, 2013

Andy Duft was the recipients of the President's Award honoured for outstanding service. Andy demonstrates outstanding commitment and excellence from within our Institute.

Two pals share Brockhouse medal for physics

June 9, 2013

McMaster physicist Kari Dalnoki-Veress has been named co-recipient of the Brockhouse Medal for his contributions to physics in Canada, an honour he shares with his frequent collaborator – and one of his closest friends - James Forrest of the University of Waterloo.

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