CIRMMT takes a road trip. McGill researchers go down to Beantown to hook up Boston Symphony Orchestra conductor Keith Lockhart to a space-age vest that monitors his physical responses as he performs in concert. Mozart in the new millennium.
The Reporter's crack team of cable-TV-watching news-gnomes have emerged from their Dorito-strewn couches, eyes red and glassy, greasy hands smeared with newsprint. The 24-hour bouts of channel surfing and paper clipping were all part of the behind the scenes effort to produce the only Top Ten list that matters -- McGill's top newsmakers of the year. It turns out our staff, students and professors are getting noticed, by everyone from the New York Times to Sports Illustrated to The O'Reilly Factor.
The Brace Centre for Water Resources Management marks World Water Day with presentations by professors and students.
Security guard Mathieu Racette knew right away that the box he discovered near the Wong Building was special – and now the plain metal container has people across campus scratching their heads trying to solve the mystery of its contents.
This edition's roundup of McGill headliners features docs, jocks and post-traumatic shocks.
He's the Sidney Crosby of North American lumberjacks -- just 19 years old and the very best collegiate woodsman on the continent.
The McGill community notes the passing of former Vice-Principal (Planning and Resources) François Tavenas.
Graham Bell is named as one of the finalists for the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for Science and Engineering.
Grad student tackles thirsty legumes at McGill, plastic bags in Montreal and disappearing seas in Uzbekistan.
Does a squirrel's bushy tail serve a real purpose? Wildlife Biology prof David Bird gives us the inside scoop.