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The McMaster Industry Liaison Office's mandate is to support faculty and students in building partnerships with industry and the community for research collaborations and to transfer the results of this research to the public for economic benefit and social impact.
Powering climate-friendly wastewater treatment in Ontario
McMaster Civil Engineering Professor Younggy Kim has partnered with SUEZ – Water Technologies & Solutions (SUEZ recently acquired GE’s Water & Process Technologies) and fellow researcher Sheng Chang of the University of Guelph to work towards the goal of “energy-neutral” water treatment.
McMaster researcher unlocking the potential of wastewater sludge
Younggy Kim, Assistant Professor in Civil Engineering and Canada Research Chair in Water and Health, has partnered with inCTRL, a small consulting company in Oakville that specializes in monitoring, modelling and control of wastewater treatment systems, to develop a new model for the pre-treatment of wastewater sludge. This collaboration is funded by the Southern Ontario Water Consortium's Advancing Water Technologies (AWT) program.
Congratulations to Turnstone Biologics in Series B Financing
Turnstone Biologics has closed USD $41M in Series B Financing.
McMaster Technology Licensee, Turnstone Biologics, Closes $11.3M Investment
Turnstone Biologics Inc. announced the completion of an $11.3 million Series A financing round led by Versant Ventures with follow-on capital committed in excess of $20.0 million. Turnstone is commercializing a technology developed by Dr. Brian Lichty, McMaster University, Dr. John Bell, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, and Dr. David Stojdl, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
Moving Mac’s Microwave Radar Technology to the Global Marketplace
Danelle D’Alvise, Research Communications July 17, 2015
Congratulations to McMaster spinoff, Altus Assessments, for reaching a milestone!
Altus Assessments announced today that it has assessed more than 55,000 academic applicants for personal and professional characteristics such as empathy, ethics and communication skills using its flagship tool, “CASPer.” The company expects to double that number over the next year through several new partnerships.