This issue's Around Campus section features Earth Day celebrations, a mental illness film series and, of course, the much-anticipated M-Forum. Oh, and how about taxidermy? Lots of taxidermy.
McGill's Daniel Levitin continues to garner media attention with an article appearing in last month's Rolling Stone magazine, the London Daily Telegraph's Sunday Magazine and, more recently, the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. The producer-turned-neuroscientist Levitin is trying to understand why and how music moves us.
McGill researchers use probability theory to demystify patterns of cell behaviour.
On the cusp of the Canada Earth Day celebrations this Sunday, April 22, the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) unveiled today the Environmental Policy it has developed in order to implement sustainable best practices into all aspects of its operations.
A Douglas-led team of world health researchers search for effective interventions for disadvantaged civilian populations
McGill professor emeritus of history Desmond Morton is a military historian and author of more than 40 books on politics, industrial relations and military history. He spent ten years in the Canadian Army prior to beginning his teaching career.
Research focuses on Islamist militancy and recruitment
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Groundbreaking neuroscientist among 40 leading cultural voices
According to Fred Genesee, a professor of psycholinguistics at McGill, a child simply needs to be exposed to a different language for at least 30 percent of his or her waking time to acquire it. This means that up to three languages can be learned simultaneously, although the learning process will be more complex, in particular for the adults doing the teaching.