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MUHC researchers make headway in mystery of migraines

Scientists at the MUHC have made progress in understanding what causes migraines.

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Published on : 27 Jul 2005

Making Waves

An amphibious robot spawned in the McGill labs of the Centre for Intelligent Machines shows its stuff at the Bellairs Research Institute in Barbados.

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Published on : 11 Jul 2005

Un excellent tremplin pour se lancer en affaires

Le Bureau de transfert de technologies aide les ingénieurs à s'occuper des aspects commerciaux du monde nouveau de l'entrepreneuriat universitaire.

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Published on : 11 Jul 2005

The Green Chemistry Revolution

An old science adopts a new philosophy that makes both environmental and economic sense. McGill has become one of the world leaders in the field of green chemistry.

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Published on : 11 Jul 2005

Let's Get Crackin'

Researchers at McGill and Université de Montréal have created two separate facilities that together will form the Centre for Poultry Research.

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Published on : 11 Jul 2005

Brain Gain Maintained

McGill uses the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) program to attract the brightest minds from around the world.

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Published on : 11 Jul 2005

Study confirms high, but stable, child autism rate

Concerns over an "epidemic of autism" may ease thanks to research by MUHC investigators.

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Published on : 29 Jun 2005

New research published today in Nature puts a fresh spin on current thinking of speech evolution in humans

A study published today in the prestigious journal "Nature" by Dr. Michael Petrides and colleagues at the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI) at McGill University challenges current thinking that speech developed as a result of new structures that evolved in the human brain.

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Published on : 29 Jun 2005

First frozen egg baby born in Canada

The McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) in Montreal is pleased to announce the first successful birth in Canada resulting from frozen eggs.

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Published on : 31 May 2005

Poultry research gets cracking

The new poultry research centre at Macdonald campus will allow researchers to investigate the mysteries of our feathered friends — we suspect fowl play.

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Published on : 26 May 2005

How technology makes citizens

Canada research chair Darin Barney is looking at how technology affects our notions of citizenship and politics.

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Published on : 26 May 2005

On the cellular uptake

Neurology professor Peter McPherson is so far out on the edge of proteomics research even he isn't sure what eventual effect his work will have — breakthroughs could come in regulating cholesterol in the blood, or schizophrenia... or both.

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Published on : 26 May 2005

And the Grammy funding goes to...

Psychology PhD candidate has become the first researcher in Canada to receive funding from the Grammy Foundation for his work on how the human brain responds to movements of musicians in performance.

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Published on : 26 May 2005

Surf's up!

Nicholas Ignatieff is the first director of the Office of Strategic University Research Funding.

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Published on : 26 May 2005

Booster shot: AstraZeneca funds pain centre

New collaboration between pharmaceutical company and McGill.

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Published on : 26 May 2005