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Researchers develop one of the world’s smallest electronic circuits

Discovery is of a fundamental interest for the development of future electronics

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Published on : 07 Dec 2011

Video game players advancing genetic research

Users of game designed by McGill researchers contributing to analysis of DNA sequences Thousands of video game players have helped advance our understanding of the genetic basis of diseases such as Alzheimer’s, over the past year. They are the users of a web-based video game developed by Dr. Jérôme Waldispuhl of McGill's School of Computer Science and collaborator Mathieu Blanchette.

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Published on : 06 Dec 2011

A new model for understanding biodiversity

Researchers develop a unified theory of ecosystem change by combining spatial modelling and food web analysis

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Published on : 21 Nov 2011

The public face of science at McGill gets a major boost

$5.5-million gift from Lorne Trottier secures the future of high-profile science outreach initiatives

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Published on : 08 Nov 2011

80e Congrès de l'Acfas : dernière ligne droite pour proposer des communications libres

Chercheurs et chercheuses de tous les domaines, profitez du cadre exceptionnel que vous offre le congrès de l’Acfas pour mettre en valeur vos travaux de recherche et les présenter à vos pairs et au public!

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Published on : 07 Nov 2011

Update to Researchers on Office of Sponsored Research Services during the MUNACA Strike

Message from Mary-Margaret Klempa, Senior Director of OSR: Update to Researchers on Office of Sponsored Research Services during the MUNACA Strike

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Published on : 27 Oct 2011

2012 Humanities Conference, Montreal, Canada, 14-17 June - Call for Papers

Tenth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities

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Published on : 26 Oct 2011

Harsh discipline fosters dishonesty in young children

Study compares lie-telling behaviour in harshly punitive, mildly punitive environments

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Published on : 24 Oct 2011

Your DNA may carry a ‘memory’ of your living conditions in childhood

Family living conditions in childhood are associated with significant effects in DNA that persist well into middle age, according to new research by Canadian and British scientists.

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Published on : 20 Oct 2011