Principal Munroe-Blum says the Quebec government has lived up to its commitment to Quebecers with respect to health and education in its 2004-2005 provincial budget, but much more needs to be done.
Mark Sutton, a McGill University physicist, will soon be using the world's quickest and most powerful multi-wavelength lasers for his experiments. Sutton is part of a Quebec-based laser research facility, funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation, which will bring together biologists, chemists and physicists from Canada to Japan.
As part of the activities marking its 100th anniversary, the Montreal Children’s Hospital (MCH) of the McGill University Health Centre launched a new cookbook today entitled "Lovin' from the Oven."
MIT professor Eric Lander, an internationally accomplished researcher in the field of genetics, will discuss his thoughts on the ongoing transformation in the world of biology during a special lecture at McGill University on April 8.
McGill University and John Abbott College made a joint presentation to the Parliamentary Commission on Quality, Accessibility and Funding of Universities today, emphasizing the tremendous potential for their shared 650-hectare campus, in Ste. Anne de Bellevue, to become a leading hub in the Montreal region for biosciences and related technologies.
Veterans Affairs Minister John McCallum announced McGill University's five newest Canada Research Chairs today at a press conference on campus.
The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) invites the media to the launch of an important new book for women considering having a hysterectomy.
The MUHC thanks all of its volunteers for their unwavering dedication, support and compassion toward patients, family and staff.
The Montreal Children's Hospital tackles childhood weight problems.
The "Caring For Kids Radiothon," the first such event to benefit a children's hospital in Quebec, was recently broadcast live by Standard Broadcasting from the Montreal Children's Hospital of the McGill University Health Centre.