McGill Office for Chemistry and Society (MOCS) will disseminate up-to-date information in the areas of food, medication, cosmetics and health for the public, educators and students.
With the Internet making it possible for almost anyone to establish their own news and entertainment outlets, the area of new media ethics is increasingly important.
"Women and health" is part of a public discussion series marking the centennial of co-education at McGill and the opening of Royal Victoria College (RVC) in 1899-1900.
Top academics from around the world to assemble in Montreal this week to discuss Shakespeare.
Exceptionally rare book by 18th-century artist Piranesi to be the subject of a special lecture by McGill libraries' scholar-in-residence, Dr Myra Nan Rosenfeld.
Dopamine and somatostatin, two major neurotransmitter systems, share a number of structural and functional characteristics. In today's issue of Science, a team of scientists led by McGill professor Dr Yogesh Patel shows how the systems interact.
Research on low-income "squatter communities" by McGill urban planner David Brown suggests that squatters are often perceived as powerless and disorganized, is often not accurate.
Biologists from Oxford and McGill Universities team up to research biodiversity patterns in bacteria. Results of first lab experiments on pseudomonas fluorescens featured in the August 3 issue of Nature Magazine.
A new study challenges the prevailing notion that speech and sound are essential to human language.
McGill has launched a unique Language Acquisition Program, where students and professors are currently investigating various aspects of language learning: from sign language to multilingualism.