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Canadas best medical-doctoral university for fifth straight year By McGill Reporter Staff McGill is on the kind of roll that would make some of the great Montreal Canadiens dynasties jealous. For the fifth straight year, McGill has been named Canadas top university in its class in the annual rankings produced by Macleans Magazine. McGill placed first in the [...]
(CBC) Canadian researchers using a robotic device have determined that learning to talk changes the way people hear speech. Sazzad Nasir and David Ostry of the department of psychology at McGill University in Montreal used a device that puts pressure on a person's jaw to try to isolate the movements of talking from the sounds of language itself.
Author takes home worlds largest non-fiction historical literature By Allison Flynn Going Dutch: How England Plundered Hollands Glory (Harper), the remarkable story of the relationship between the Dutch Republic and Britain, two of 17th Century Europes most important colonial powers, has earned British historian Lisa Jardine the 2009 Cundill International Prize in History at McGill University.
The jury for the Cundill International Prize in History at McGill University, the world's largest non-fiction historical literature prize, has announced the longlist for this year's prize.