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A Brilliant Night Brain Cancer Fundraiser

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The inaugural A Brilliant Night, in 2015 at the Rio Tinto Alcan Planetarium, raised an astounding $690,000 for brain tumour research.

Uber cars seized in Quebec, drivers fined and licences confiscated

Barry Eidlin, professor of sociology, explained the government is perfectly within its rights to confiscate Uber driver’s cars. “I think it’s a message from the government that they need to be taken seriously,” he said. Global News

Published: 15Sep2016

Can computer analysis tell us anything new about literature?

“There is a major flaw to all methodologies in the humanities. Traditional methods are not able to generalise in legitimate and transparent ways – though we have tried.” Andrew Piper, director of digital humanities laboratory, txt.LAB. The Guardian

Published: 15Sep2016

Canada Foundation for Innovation provides $1.1M for CBRAIN computing platform at McGill

McGill University will receive more than $1.1 million for CBRAIN, one of the world’s most advanced computing platforms for brain research, through the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s (CFI) Cyberinfrastructure Initiative.
 
Marc Miller, Member of Parliament for Ville-Marie — Le Sud-ouest — Île-des-sœurs, made the announcement at McGill on behalf of the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, the Minister of Science.
 
Published: 15Sep2016

McGill Symposium in Women's Health (Sept. 16)

Each year, the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at McGill organize a symposium to review new studies and practices in order to help practicing gynecologists, family physicians, residents, fellows and allied health professionals with interest in Women’s Health. (Website)

Published: 13Sep2016

HMS Terror was found

The second, HMS Terror, of the two Franklin Expedition shipwrecks was found earlier this month, Arctic Research Foundation expedition lead Adrian Schimnowski confirmed Monday. (Toronto Star)

Bruno Tremblay, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, McGill University

As an expert on ice and snow in the Arctic, he can comment about this discovery.

Published: 13Sep2016

Could quality of sleep have to do with sex differences?

You may have noticed that women are more prone to sleep disturbances than men. They are, for instance, up to twice as likely to suffer from insomnia than men. Could there be a link between the body clock that regulates sleep and being a female or a male? Yes, according to an original study conducted by Dr. Diane B. Boivin of McGill University’s Department of Psychiatry and the Douglas Mental Health University Institute.

Published: 12Sep2016

Bruno Tremblay se souvient du 11-Septembre

Le 11 septembre rappelle de douloureux souvenirs au Saguenéen Bruno Tremblay. Il y a exactement 15 ans, le professeur-chercheur en sciences atmosphériques et océanographiques vivait la terrible attaque terroriste de l'intérieur. La Presse

 

Published: 12Sep2016

Campus-wide consultation launched on sexual-violence policy

Sexual violence on campus is a matter of preeminent importance, meriting a clear response and commitment to action. The adoption of a university policy and protocol is a significant step in ensuring a safe campus environment for all members of the McGill community. 
 
Published: 12Sep2016

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