Institutes, Centres and Labs
Researchers in these centres, institutes and labs are often able to collaborate with business to help them solve company specific problems.
McMaster University is home to a wide array of research institutes covering topics from manufacturing to biointerfaces. Check out these featured videos of various institutes and learn more about what McMaster has to offer.
CanChild takes a leadership role in identifying emerging issues in childhood disabilities.
Developing a new class of advanced surgical image guided robotic systems
MITL was born from a pressing need and a desire for change by business leaders, by civic leaders at all levels of government, and by academics that specialize in the study of transportation and logistics.
Ensuring the global competitiveness of Canada’s auto industry .
One of the six research labs that make up the McMaster Manufacturing Research Institutes.
Innovation in process operations optimization and control
McMaster Biointerfaces Institute will have the ability to rationally and rapidly develop new biomaterials with surfaces engineered to have the appropriate interactions with the intended biological environment.
Creating methods to ensure software reliability
An interdisciplinary institute for the study of energy extraction, transformation, generation, transportation and end-use
Research excellence and state-of-the-art equipment to meet the R&D needs of leading manufacturers
Canada's most powerful university research reactor has a long history of collaborating with industrial partners, providing neutron activation analysis, isotope production, hot cell facilities and other services.
A sustainable nanomaterial derived from wood pulp with applications in composites, food, cosmetics and pigments
High quality, research data sets
The 20/20: NSERC Ophthalmic Materials Network develops innovative materials to solve vision related problems.
Bioactive Paper Network
Innovation in primary steel production
McMaster Institute for Nutrition, Activity and Human Health