Developing a submarine robot from scratch was no easy task, but the McGill Robotics team knew that if they could build a strong team, a solid machine would follow. Now their sub, Asimov, has made it to the semifinals of the International RoboSub Competition in San Diego.
McGill’s two campuses offer no shortage of beautiful green spaces to the Montreal public – such as the clearing around the picturesque “Three Bares” fountain. Find out about some of the behind-the-scenes work that goes into maintaining McGill’s verdant public spaces.
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Four-time Olympic gold medalist Charline Labonté, BEd’12, discusses why she came out publicly and the unique challenges facing gay athletes.
When Université Quisqueya’s anatomy lab was destroyed by the 2010 earthquake in Haiti, medical students lost a key resource. This summer, two of their future surgeons got the chance to study in McGill labs and return home to share what they learned.
A team led by McGill astronomer Victoria Kaspi confirms that mysterious radio bursts of unknown origin are reaching Earth – from far beyond our galaxy…
It’s time to register for Orientation Week! With over 40 activities to choose from, you’ll get to know McGill and make memories with new friends during nine fun-filled days.
Master's student Divya Sharma visited Panama to research the impact of development plans on the indigenous community of the Emberá people.