McGill hosts Canadian premiere exhibit by world-renowned Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn. Media preview and opening of this major exhibition on Wednesday, June 2.
McGill confers graduate and undergraduate degrees on 429 students in Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy on Tuesday, May 25.
The tuberculosis vaccine may no longer work and McGill and Stanford researchers have discovered a possible reason why: the bacteria used to make the vaccine have jettisoned some of their genes.
The 10th anniversary of the slaying of 14 women at École Polytechnique on December 6, 1989, is commemorated.
Agricultural economist Laurie Baker and a colleague believe that adapting the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model as an alternative financing strategy will alleviate the financial burdens plaguing Canadian farmers.
Principal Bernard Shapiro and Dean of Students Rosalie Jukier celebrate the opening of the William and Mary Brown Student Services Building.
Dr Paul Ewald explores how evolutionary theory provides a basis for new medical therapies in his lecture "The Darwinism of disease."
McGill professor looks at why many North Americans reject the theory of evolution.
Leading scientists gather at McGill to discuss the latest advances in their fields, in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the International Gairdner Awards.
The first and only woman elected to the Hong Kong Legislative Council, journalist Emily Lau Wai-hing, speaks at McGill, October 18.