McMaster has opened the doors to its WB Family Foundation Centre for Spinal Cord Research and Rehabilitation and Centre for Cancer Education, Research and Rehabilitation.

The new facilities are comprised of about 20,000 square feet for laboratory research, teaching, exercise and rehabilitation.

According to a statement by McMaster, it will serve as an attraction to top national and international students and researchers.

The Canadian Government provided the development with an $8.25 million investment via the national Knowledge Infrastructure Program; this figure was matched by a contribution from the Ontario government through the 2009 budget. A further $3.5 million was contributed by various university donors.

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