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The McGill University Tractor Pulling Team is open to all MacDonald Campus students. The goal of the team is to build a quarter-scale tractor to participate in ASABE's Quarter-Scale Tractor Competition. Participating allows members to gain valuable experience in a ‘real life’ situation by constructing a tractor, analysing costs and promoting the idea to a market. Last year, Mutrac finished 9th during in the overall competition and 3rd in the team presentation section.

Engineer Without Borders (EWB)

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Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is a Canadian NGO that is helping to accelerate development in Africa. Its approach is to create systemic change by investing in people and providing them with opportunities to unlock their potential. EWB collaborates with individuals, businesses, organizations and governments to help them reach their own development goals. In parallel, EWB raises awareness within the Canadian society on policy matters and other social issues.

The Bioresource Engineering Association (BEA)

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This Association regroups all of the undergraduate students registered in the Department of Bioresource Engineering. The executive of the Association is a group composed of creative and enthusiastic Macdonald Campus engineering students who are interested in the development and promotion of the program as well as the social well-being of its students. You too can be part of it!

Mac Robotics Club

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For students experienced with electronics, design and coding, or those just interested in learning, Mac Robotics is looking for members. We have several great projects planned this year working with Arduino, Lego and Raspberry Pi, and for those willing to test their skills, Mac Robotics participates in the annual ASABE Robotics Competition representing McGill University. Students of all skill levels are welcome. Some of our current projects include: automated hydroponics, the 2013 ASABE competition, battle-bots, and more!

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