Professor Chris Buddle says our eight legged friends are an important indicator of the world's ecological health. Charlotte would be pleased.
You've heard it before; size doesn't matter. Well, this time it's true. McGill Minis are celebrating their fifth year of edifying Montrealers and the general public on everything from physiology to family law.
The red colobus monkey of Uganda may not have access to Canada's food guide, but anthropology professor Colin Chapman has discovered their nutritional preferences. This may help park managers boost the numbers of the little tree dwellers.
This issue's headliners installment has everything from unfriendly docs to squadrons of marauding wasps.
Harry Rosen made his mark in the world as an expert in prosthodonics. He makes his mark on the earth in a different way — stone sculptures weighing several tons, made by hand.
Religious Studies lecturer Norman Cornett has a knack for cooking up great guest lists for his classes. Check out the star-studded lineup he assembled to discuss a variety of issues relating to Africa.
Natural resource sciences professor William Hendershot wants us to rethink how we clean up industrial sites contaminated with metal. Sometimes, he says, it's best to bury the problem.
McGill experts let their voices be heard in the mainstream media on everything from the airline industry, to memory, to affordable housing up north.
Feeling down about yourself? Doctoral students working under Mark Baldwin, an associate psychology professor, have just the remedy – video games!
"Oracle of Omaha" Warren Buffett meets with McGill students, offering his advice on life, business and investments. The world's second-richest man then picked up the tab for lunch.