A McGill Geography professor is part of a team that is one of three finalists for a major international prize for research on development.
Dr Michael Petrides has won a $400.000 U.S James S. McDonnell 21st Century Scientist Award: Bridging brain, mind and behavior to help further his investigations into how memory works.
McGill Principal Bernard Shapiro today met with Education Minister François Legault to sign the University's "entente de performance," in the presence of Richard Pound, Chancellor of the University and Robert Rabinovitch, Chair of its Board of Governors.
Three crucial experiments, published in Nature by Professor Graham Bell and colleagues at McGill and Oxford, consolidate decades of research on biodiversity.
Dr Albert Aguayo assumes the position of Secretary-General of the IBRO on January 1, 2001
A team of researchers at McGill has developed a quick and inexpensive method for identifying children with a potentially dangerous breathing disorder called obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
"Women and business" panel discussion at McGill University, Tuesday, March 7, 6:30 pm. 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.
Education professor Mary Maguire is leading an inquiry into biliteracy and school success of minority language children in different contexts.
Education professor Dr Joan Russell's research on "singing culture," which is based on fieldwork in the Fijian Islands, offers an interesting perspective on music education in our society.
Research into the effects of economic liberalization in India shows that professional education is now available to middle-class females. This may lead to more equitable distribution of power between the sexes in this traditionally patriarchal society.