It's being touted as "the biggest science project in history." Not one of the biggest, THE biggest. It involves 40 million collisions per second, the world's most powerful particle accelerator and the same laboratory that invented the World Wide Web. And you thought making volcanoes out of baking soda was cool...
Bruce Lennox is a modern-day goldsmith. However, he works on a molecular level, building tiny structures with big applications.
On September 13, 2006, Joel Kornek was the first person shot during Kimveer Gill's rampage at Dawson College. The McGill Education student tells his story.
Principal and BOG head hoist Olympic flame when it comes to Montreal.
A spirited session of Senate touched upon plagiarism, nepotism, the new boss in Ottawa and -- hallelujah -- the banning of cell phones and BlackBerries in the Chambers.
One of the world's foremost prosthodontists, Harry Rosen, dentistry Professor Emeritus, is also carving a name out for himself as a leading practitioner of "earth art."
A new interdisciplinary undergraduate program that blends philosophy and religion will allow students to explore the long history of the interaction between Greek philosophy and Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
Bano Mehdi, Professional Associate at the Brace Centre, helps bring farming into the 21st century.
Juggling aficionado and former child star Denis Thérien adds the title of VP Research and International Relations to his already eclectic cv.
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum fields a host of thought-provoking questions ranging in subject matter from a 146-year-old debt to international student fees. Then there was the giant petition written on old bedsheets...