McGill’s Brace Centre showcases global problems and solutions
The 2007 federal budget, tabled March 19 by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, addressed the question of fiscal imbalance by considerably increasing transfer payments to the provinces and by introducing a new equalization formula.
Nahum Sonenberg's protein research is turning the scientific world upside down. Could his discoveries unlock the mysteries of cancer, obesity, memory -- even death?
An alarming array of mammals, birds, fish and plants are nearing extinction. McGill experts are assessing damaged ecosystems and joining the battle to save the planet from ourselves.
Faites connaissance aves des professeurs et des diplômés de McGill, tous experts en médecine légale, qui utilisent leurs compétences scientifiques pour résoudre des meurtres et des crimes.
Time to rethink tuition.
Chris Jarvis to deliver inspirational speech to children with the disease
McGill prof and NRC/CIS team use computer model to track icebergs, tips and all
Two globally active McGill students, David Matthews and Katherine Trajan, are the latest recipients of the world's oldest and most prestigious academic award, the Rhodes Scholarship.
Along the sidelines of the old Macdonald College football field, a ring of oak trees has stood for 75 years in memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice in World War I. Now a permanent memorial – a bronze plaque on a granite base – tells the story of how the trees were planted by students to honour the 34 young men from Macdonald College and Macdonald High School who perished in the war.