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NTY | Report slams Airbnb in NYC for raising cost of housing 

Published: 30Jan2018

A report from critics of Airbnb says the vacation rental website is driving up rental prices and reducing housing availability in New York City. The analysis published Monday comes from researcher ...

Financial Times Global MBA rankings place Desautels MBA #1 in Canada

Published: 29Jan2018

McGill's Desautels MBA program is ranked #1 in Canada and 78th in the world by the 2018 Financial Times Global MBA Ranking—one of only three Canadian schools which made the list, released January...

NEWSWEEK | Living on Mars: New, miniature device is able to detect life and sequence DNA

Published: 29Jan2018

Researchers from McGill University in Canada used three different devices to detect life in the Canadian High Arctic. One of the devices detects changes in color when nutrient sources were altered...

Commemorative ceremony paying homage to the victims of the Islamic Cultural Centre massacre

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January 29 will mark the first anniversary of the Islamic Cultural Centre massacre in Quebec City, where six men lost their lives and 19 others were injured.

C&En MAGAZINE | Shaking up gold and palladium

Published: 24Jan2018

Mechanochemical method developed by Tomislav Friščić and team makes noble metal compounds without solvents or harsh reagents  C&En Magazine  

A greener way to make ketones

Published: 26Jan2018

Researchers at McGill University have discovered a new, more environmentally friendly way to make ketones, an important chemical ingredient in pharmaceuticals.  While ketones are found in a wide...

STAT News | How well can you predict the outcome of clinical trials? Not as well as you may think

Published: 22Jan2018

In unpublished research, McGill bioethicist Jonathan Kimmelman and colleagues asked cancer experts to forecast the probability of more than a dozen clinical trials hitting their primary endpoint....

100 Years Ago: 'In Flanders Fields' poet John McCrae dies

Published: 27Jan2018

The Canadian doctor, soldier and poet who wrote 'In Flanders Fields' died on 28 January 1918 after falling ill in France. Author Chris Dickon reflects on  Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae's life and...

NEWSWEEK | Distant 'Hot Jupiter' planet Corot-28 has strange winds that astronomers can't explain

Published: 23Jan2018

“We’ve previously studied nine other hot Jupiter, giant planets orbiting super close to their star. In every case, they have had winds blowing to the east, as theory would predict,” said Nicolas...

BLOOMBERG | Scientists Don't Fear a New Crispr Snag

Published: 23Jan2018

I talked this over with McGill University medical ethicist Jonathan Kimmelman, who specializes in the risks of medical experiments and has written a book about them centered on the Jesse Gelsinger...

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