The Weever Apps success story just added another chapter. Techvibes, the leading national technology media property, recently released its list of the top 100 startup companies in Canada. Weever Apps, the resident app developer at McMaster Innovation Park, made the list for the first time in their young existence. The app developers at Weever specialize in converting your company’s website into an easy to use mobile app to better engage customers in today’s on-the-go business world. Ever since taking home the grand prize at the 2011 LiON’S LAIR, Weever has seen exponential growth and success with this latest achievement adding to the company’s already impressive résumé.
Congrats Weever! We look forward to seeing what you have in store for the future.
The new MARC building at McMaster Innovation Park is attracting a lot of attention in the automotive community. The latest edition of the McMaster Times features the new building and profiles the researchers and their teams who will be calling the MARC their home.
In the article Dr. Ali Emadi, the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Hybrid Powertrain and the Director of the McMaster Institute for Automotive Research and Technology (MacAUTO), speaks of the paradigm shift of the automotive and electric technology in comparison to information technology.
“If Alexander Graham Bell came back and looked at today’s information technology, he wouldn’t understand a thing because there have been so many paradigm shifts since his time. But Henry Ford and Thomas Edison? They’d recognize today’s internal combustion engines and electrical power industry. Our goal is to help bring about a comparable paradigm shift in these areas.”
For the entire article and magazine issue as well as short Youtube clip featuring Dr. Emadi alongside Canada’s first ever completely electric Ford Focus, please click the following link to McMaster Daily News:
Thursday evening, McMaster Innovation Park hosted a reception for their 11th Art in the Workplace exhibit. The night was a great success with a turnout of over 500 art lovers from the Hamilton community making it the largest AWP exhibit to date.
The exhibit, which will be on display from now until July 12th, features over 180 pieces of art from over 90 local artists as well as over 60 pieces from The City of Hamilton’s historic collection curated by Professor Alison McQueen of McMaster University’s Art History programs.
The event was highlighted by Mayor Bob Bratina’s special unveiling of a piece by legendary Hamilton pointillist John Sloan Gordon.
A fantastic musical ambiance was provided by the Hamilton East Chamber Ensemble who played a great variety of classical music over the course of the evening.
AWP would like to thank all of the contributiong artists, sponsors, volunteers and attendees, without whom the evening would not have been possible.
The next exhibit will open on August 1st of this year. Artists wishing to see their work featured at this exhibit are welcome to submit their applications here: