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CFI awards 10 infrastructure projects to McMaster researchers

McMaster received the largest total award out of the 38 institutions awarded funding, and was the only university with a project count in the double digits from the Canada Foundation for Innovation funding awards list.
CFI awards 10 infrastructure projects to McMaster researchers

Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for Science and Technology, has announced more than $3.25M in funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation for ten projects across campus.

The research initiatives - representing more than $7.7M in total project costs - reflect a broad cross-section of McMaster's research strengths in areas such as automotive, health and infectious disease research. For a detailed list of the researchers and more information about their projects, click here.

David Sweet, Member of Parliament for Ancaster-Dundas-Flamborough-Westdale, said: "The Government of Canada understands that making strategic investments in innovation is key to ensuring we remain competitive in the global economy. This round of CFI awards is just one example that showcases the world-class research strength of McMaster University, while benefiting Hamilton and all of Canada."

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