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McGill earns high marks in global subject rankings

Published: 9Mar2017

McGill has been ranked the world’s third-best anatomy and physiology school in global rankings released Wednesday. Read more: The Montreal Gazette

A lawyer and a philosopher on “us and them” – the migrant question

Published: 10Mar2017

Global migration has stirred questions of human rights, democracy, of living together, of ‘us and them.’ The philosopher Charles Taylor and the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights...

Molecule shown to repair damaged axons

Published: 8Mar2017

A foray into plant biology led one researcher to discover that a natural molecule can repair axons, the thread-like projections that carry electrical signals between cells. Axonal damage is the...

Why carbon pricing and cash rebates to oil companies go hand in hand

Published: 8Mar2017

Governments across this country need to find ways to reduce GHG emissions without threatening Canadians’ economic prosperity. And carbon competitiveness issues are far too important to be swept...

Why guillemot chicks leap from the nest before they can fly

Published: 9Mar2017

Before they have the wing span to actually permit them to fly, young guillemots (also known as murres) leap hundreds of metres off towering cliffs and flutter down towards the sea, guided by their...

Molecule shown to repair damaged axons

Published: 8Mar2017

Discovery could be key to treating brain and spinal cord injury...

McGill ranked world’s 3rd best university for study of Anatomy & Physiology

Published: 7Mar2017

McGill University is the world’s third-best university for the study of Anatomy & Physiology, behind only the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, according to the 2017 QS World University...

Every stamp tells a story at McGill's McLennan Library

Published: 7Mar2017

David Lank, a retired McGill professor, was mandated by the Rare Books and Special Collections department of the McLennan Library to buy and assemble a stamp collection, predominantly relating to...

Will Trump’s unilateral trade approach work? History says no.

Published: 7Mar2017

What happens if the United States decides to bypass the World Trade Organization dispute settlement system — and crack down unilaterally when it thinks other countries are trading unfairly? Here’s...

Opinion: International Women's Day and Canada's First Nations

Published: 6Mar2017

It’s easy to think of the violence perpetrated against indigenous women and girls as a problem for indigenous communities. What’s more of a challenge is recognizing the roles that the wider society...

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