Dr Carl Djerassi, Stanford University, Department of Chemistry, co-inventor of the birth control pill and novelist, delivers a Beatty Memorial Lecture.
McGill molecular geneticist Greg Matlashewski and a team of international investigators have identified a genetic marker which may indicate a predisposition to cervical cancer.
Professor Luc Vinet begins a five-year term as Vice-Principal (Academic) on July 15, 1999.
Dr Lawrence Mysak's studies indicate that the Arctic sea ice cover has decreased dramatically over the past five years, a conclusion consistent with global warming predictions for high latitudes.
McGill University law students enjoy a year of unparalleled achievements and triumphs.
Nicola Terceira, an honours student in Microbiology and Immunology, becomes McGill's latest Rhodes scholar.
Faculty of Engineering launches a newly created code of ethics called "The Blueprint," for staff and students of the Faculty.
Dr Shapiro states that unless drastic steps are taken with regard to the base budget of all Quebec universities, the government's zero deficit budget will "not produce the dividends expected."
Researchers identify a gene that could lead to a new therapy for type II diabetes and obesity.
McGill hosts Canadian premiere exhibit by world-renowned Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn. Media preview and opening of this major exhibition on Wednesday, June 2.