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Weather girl dreams

Published: 9Nov2012

HuffPost College asked winners of the Undergraduate Awards - an international academic awards program that identifies top students across the globe through their innovative undergraduate research -...

Cancer trials can lack clear information on biopsies

Published: 9Nov2012

People participating in cancer drug trials aren't always given the most straightforward explanation of possible risks and benefits from invasive procedures that may be involved, according to a new...

The man or the platform?

Published: 9Nov2012

(History professor Gil Troy): Mitt Romney and Barack Obama appear to agree about at least one thing on this tense Election Day: They are standing on mutually exclusive party platforms, offering...

How to reduce workplace gender segregation

Published: 9Nov2012

Researchers have previously demonstrated that approximately half of the pay gap between men and women (women earn about 20% less) is due to women having a tendency to work in different occupations...

Corruption probe shakes Montreal, topples Mayor

Published: 9Nov2012

Montrealers have long assumed a fair amount of dirty money sloshes through their city’s politics, but only lately are they learning just how bad things are. This week the mayor had to resign, a...

McGill series lectures on diet, health and science

Published: 9Nov2012

There's a sea of conflicting information out there about what we should be eating and not eating, about what's good for us and what isn't - and trying to navigate it often feels impossible. Four...

Viagra makers stiffen as ruling threatens patent

Published: 9Nov2012

The little blue pill that has enhanced sex lives the world over could face some market competition if the Supreme Court of Canada decides this week that Pfizer Canada Inc.'s patent on the erectile...

Murrahs catch Canadian scholar's fancy

Published: 9Nov2012

Haryana's 'black gold' has caught the fancy of a Canadian scholar. A PhD student of McGill University in Montreal, Sophie Llewelyn, is studying the Murrah-human relation in Haryana and the way it...

New pill to cut chance of a stroke

Published: 9Nov2012

Cholesterol sufferers could soon take a simple pill which keeps levels under control and protects them against heart disease or a stroke. The daily wonder pill has been hailed as a new fat buster...

Talking management: The power of making people laugh

Published: 9Nov2012

Karl Moore of Desautels Faculty of Management talks with Peter McGraw, a professor of marketing at the University of Colorado, about the place of humour at work. Read more at Globe and Mail

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