The "My Tool Box" program gives sufferers of chronic illness new hope in managing their lives.
Chances are if it's used to play hockey, researcher David Pearsall has tested -- and improved -- it.
Mini-Science is gearing up for another fun-filled lecture series that would make Darwin proud.
A lecture-heavy installment of Around Campus -- and every one of them a beaut!
Conference to explore the role of the international community in strengthening electoral commissions
McGill researcher Fred Genesee, one of the country's leading language experts, says the research is indisputable - the earlier a child begins studying French, the more likely it is to sink in. Genesee's advice, and that of other experts in the field, harshly contradicts recommendations in the highly controversial French second-language report released last week in New Brunswick by the Department of Education.
While we shovel it, Ron Stewart studies it. Stewart is the director of McGill's Extreme Weather study group, and for him and his colleagues, our snowbound city is one big lab. "I enjoy a storm," Stewart enthused yesterday. "Looking at ice pellets on my sleeves on Wednesday, looking at the kind of crystals coming down - it's like a laboratory for me."
Strong universities will be essential to Quebec’s success in a globalized economy, McGill University Principal and Vice-Chancellor Heather Munroe-Blum told Montreal’s Council on Foreign Relations Monday.
The body's first line of defence against pathogenic bacteria that we ingest may not be the immune system but rather the cells that line the intestine.
McGill University Health Centre Announces Important Support for Advancing INGAP as a Therapy for Type 1 Diabetes
Dr. Lawrence Rosenberg, a leading physician and scientist at MUHC sees his discovery, INGAP, building momentum in the lab and in the clinic for type 1 diabetes.