The first Canadian Rhodes Scholar to be announced this year, and McGill's 120th, is medical student Alexandra Leligdowicz.
McGill researchers launch Canada's, and in one respect, the world's, most advanced nanotechnology hub.
Canada's new Prime Minister, Paul Martin, has included five McGill alumni in his cabinet: Irwin Cotler, BA'61, BCL'64; Albina Guarnieri, BA'74, MA'77; John McCallum, PhD'77; Jim Peterson, DCL'70; and Jacques Saada, Diploma(Translation)'78.
Three's the charm for McGill University this fall. Quebec residents Alexandra Conliffe and Simon Rabinovitch have been named McGill's 121st and 122nd Rhodes Scholars, following the win of Manitoba resident and medical student Aleksandra Leligdowicz, McGill's 120th Rhodes Scholar.
Talk of pulsars will gravitate to McGill this week. Nobel Prize winner Joseph Taylor, who co-discovered the first binary pulsar, is visiting McGill on January 8 to deliver the Anna I. MacPherson Lecture in Physics.
The annual worldwide edition of the McGill News highlights the University's achievements in research.
Alexandra Conliffe, Aleksandra Leligdowicz and Simon Rabinovitch are McGill's three newest Rhodes Scholars
The McGill Libraries Information Commons is a custom designed research and study facility which opened in the Redpath Library building this fall.
The inauguration of the medical science facility at 740 Dr. Penfield gives McGill and Montreal one of the top DNA research centres in the world.
Natural Resource Sciences professor Christopher Buddle, an expert on spiders and other anthropods, is developing a biodiversity monitoring system.