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.
The Office of the Associate Provost (Graduate Education) has announced the creation of the McGill International Doctoral Awards, which will eliminate the tuition supplement for all full-time international doctoral students as of September 2007.
Scientific researchers now have a voice defending their interests in the offices of politicians and policy makers.
Design guru Bruce Mau expounds upon the potential of sustainable design to improve the world in which we live.
The Mac men's lumberjacks prove to be rotten hosts when they leave the competition in their sawdust at the 47th annual McGill Woodsmen Competition at Macdonald Campus.
Dental health can be tied to income, and that has a real effect on Montreal's poor when dental treatment can easily cost hundreds of dollars. This worries dentistry professor Christophe Bedos, who cut his teeth in public health dentistry in Burkina Faso and Cameroon.
Alicia Suchorski, M.Sc. candidate in the department of BioResource Engineering, looks at her research based on water and gender issues in Barbados.
Toothsome conference at the McCord Museum satiates food lovers' appetite.
Once British Prime Minister Tony Blair's chief advisor on public service reform, Montrealer Wendy Thomson has been at the helm of the School of Social Work for over a year now. Has the homecoming lived up to expectations? The answers lie within...