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Cole Foundation injects $536,000 to bolster leukemia research in Montreal

New fellowship grants in pediatric leukemia research to be created at Université de Montréal and McGill University

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Published on : 14 May 2010

McGill researcher honoured for groundbreaking work in epigenetics

Moshe Szyf and colleagues have produced findings on how environment affects DNA

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Published on : 13 May 2010

Ensuring the integrity of the research process

Ethics experts call for refocus of scientific and ethical review

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Published on : 13 May 2010

Quantum move toward next generation computing

Physicists at McGill University have developed a system for measuring the energy involved in adding electrons to semi-conductor nanocrystals, also known as quantum dots – a technology that may revolutionize computing and other areas of science.

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Published on : 11 May 2010

Waterpipes: A new pastime for the young

Hookah or shisha use on rise yet contains nicotine, carbon monoxide and carcinogens

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Published on : 10 May 2010

How the Mouse Grimace Scale will help us cope with pain

Research will improve conditions for lab animals, lead to better treatments for humans

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Published on : 09 May 2010

JGH researchers help pinpoint osteoporosis genes

Largest study of its type discovers 13 new genes linked to bone disease

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Published on : 03 May 2010

Eminent pediatrician and geneticist awarded 2010 Pollin Prize

Eminent pediatrician and geneticist awarded 2010 Pollin Prize Dr. Charles R. Scriver, Alva professor Emeritus of Human Genetics, co-awarded the largest international award for pediatric research

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Published on : 29 Apr 2010

Retracing the tracks of dinosaurs reveals ecosystem the size of a continent

McGill researchers uncover first evidence that warm and moderate climate allowed dinosaurs to expand into one massive homogenous community across North America

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Published on : 19 Apr 2010

The geography of human disease and what it tells us about healthcare spending

Biology research shows general health spending offers far better return in most affected areas

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Published on : 15 Apr 2010

McGill plays important role in new global cancer-research network

International Cancer Genome Consortium plans to sequence 25,000 cancer genomes

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Published on : 15 Apr 2010

Only known living population of rare dwarf lemur found

Elusive species "rediscovered" a century after first sighting

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Published on : 08 Apr 2010

National Geographic puts McGill hydrographer on the map

National Geographic puts McGill hydrographer on the map Bernhard Lehner's one-of-a-kind global rivers map to be included in April issue of magazine

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Published on : 18 Mar 2010

Amid austerity, a boost for higher education and advanced research

The 2010 budget of the Government of Canada has struck a difficult balance in difficult times. It proposes to continue short-term stimulus spending, and introduces medium-term austerity measures, while sustaining long-term provincial transfers.

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Published on : 18 Mar 2010