McGill University has broken its own record for success in the Royal Bank Academic All-Canadian competition, with 132 top student-athletes in Canadian Interuniversity Sport in 2001-2002.
Daniel Levitin has packed many careers into one lifetime. He's produced albums for legends like Stevie Wonder. He's been a stand-up comedian. He's a respected scientist at McGill University. Now, the psychology professor moonlights as co-writer for the internationally syndicated newspaper comic strip, Bizarro.
Antalium Inc. and Neuroceptor Inc., two spin-off companies of McGill and Queen's Universities respectively, have merged to form a new leading-edge biopharmaceutical company called PainCeptor Pharma Corporation. The new company is focused on the development of novel and effective therapeutic drugs for the treatment of acute and chronic pain.
McGill's Faculty of Medicine facilities are getting a much needed face-lift, thanks to $21 million in new funding announced today by the Quebec government.
McGill University has decided it needs more time to gather information and consult with students, faculty and staff on how to improve food services across its downtown campus and establish an integrated food services plan.
On March 30, 2004, McGill announced the former Seagram headquarters was being renamed. The building at 1430 Peel Street will now be called Martlet House to reflect its new vocation as home of the University's Development and Alumni Relations department.
Ever wonder what goes on at 1430 Peel St., the newly christened Martlet House and the former Seagram Company's castle-like office? We've produced a complete breakdown of the many functions performed by McGill's Development and Alumni Relations (DAR).
Clinicians from the McGill University Health Centre and the Centre hospitalier de l'Université de Montréal (CHUM) are participating in the first Canadian therapeutic HIV vaccine trial.
Principal Munroe-Blum says the Quebec government has lived up to its commitment to Quebecers with respect to health and education in its 2004-2005 provincial budget, but much more needs to be done.
Mark Sutton, a McGill University physicist, will soon be using the world's quickest and most powerful multi-wavelength lasers for his experiments. Sutton is part of a Quebec-based laser research facility, funded by the Canada Foundation for Innovation, which will bring together biologists, chemists and physicists from Canada to Japan.