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Making city streets safer for cycling

McGill Civil Engineering Professor Luis Miranda-Moreno is trying to make Montreal safer for cyclists than it is now.

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Published on : 10 Feb 2011

McGill asked to reinvent the wheel

Engineering professors and students working on new lunar rover

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Published on : 30 Nov 2010

Of Health Care and Earthquakes

The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) is funding nine new Strategic Research Networks that support the research priority areas identified in the Government of Canada’s Science and Technology (S&T) Strategy. Two of these initiatives are based at McGill: the Healthcare Support through Information Technology Enhancements (hSITE) and the Canadian Seismic Research Network.

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Published on : 02 Feb 2010

Trudeau Foundation Scholarship

Fifteen young PhD students received $2.7 million worth of scholarships from the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation on May 20, 2009. Amongst the recipients is David Theodore, until recently a research associate and third-year studio design teacher at the School, and currently a Ph.D. student at Harvard undertaking a double doctorate in Architecture and Urban Planning.

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Published on : 02 Jun 2009

McGill scholars win 3 of 5 top academic prizes

Killam Trusts honours work in health science, engineering, French literature

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Published on : 11 May 2009

McGill to bestow 11 exemplary individuals with honorary degrees at Spring Convocation

Eleven exceptional individuals will be recognized with honorary degrees from McGill University during this year’s spring convocation ceremonies.

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Published on : 29 Apr 2009

Billes Architecture Student Design Competition

Six students from the School of Architecture (Justin Boulanger, Ann Rodgers, Jessica Dan, Hamza Alhbian, David Dworkind and Andrew Hruby) have won three of the top five awards for creating new home designs in devastated areas of New Orleans. The original concepts were judged on originality, innovation and sustainability, among other criteria, in the Billes Architecture Student Design Competition.

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Published on : 17 Apr 2009

McGill students grab top spots in architecture competition to rebuild New Orleans

McGill University and its School of Architecture have garnered three of the top five awards for creating new home designs in devastated areas of New Orleans.

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Published on : 14 Apr 2009

The CFI awards more than $1.1 million to McGill in support of seven research projects

The Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) has announced it has awarded $1,147,175 to McGill University to support seven research projects in areas as diverse as hybrid nanostructures, photonic systems, chronic pain and cancer, among others.

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Published on : 08 Apr 2009

Lyceum Traveling Fellowship in Architecture

A U3 Architecture student has received a top award in the 2009 Lyceum Traveling Fellowship in Architecture competition. Traian Dima was awarded second prize for his winning project and will receive a $7,500 travel fellowship. The McGill submissions to the Lyceum competition were projects developed in the U3 studio sections of Profs. Tom Balaban, Howard Davies, and Robert Claiborne.

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Published on : 31 Mar 2009