How does a love of Horatio Hornblower and a shattered kneecap result in winning Canada's most prestigious award for career achievement in research? Just ask Roderick Guthrie, director of the McGill Metals Processing Centre. We did.
Text-matching software and ancillary services lead to a debate on the very nature of Senate's oversight.
From creepy-crawly bugs and giant sharks to outer space exploration and everybody's favourite moneylender, Shylock.
Gretta Chambers has been named the McGill Centre for Research and Teaching on Women's person of the year. McGill's first woman chancellor, Chambers has had a long career in journalism and is active in a range of community concerns, from hospitals to education to art.
Groundbreaking research by a quartet of McGill researchers sheds new, and controversial, light on that nasty C. difficile bacterial microbe.
They came for the soup and stayed for the science.
Those tunnels than run beneath campus aren't just home to urban legend – they transport the steam that heats most of the downtown campus.
More than 30 years ago, Lise Winer fell in love with Trinidadian English Creole. Now she's getting ready to publish a dictionary of it.
Student and staffer Joseph Kimani swims against the tide at world championships.
Our annual new profs issue profiles nine of the 80+ recent arrivals to McGill's faculty.