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Transformative donation of $16 million establishes new autism research centre at the Montreal Neurological Institute

Published: 23Oct2017

A new research centre in Montreal will help lift the shroud of mystery surrounding autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and lead to the development of better diagnostic tools and more effective...

Pollution linked to nine million deaths each year worldwide, equivalent to 1 in 6 deaths

Published: 20Oct2017

Prof. Niladri Basu, McGill University, is one of the Commissioners on The Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health which was released today....

Dr. Joe Schwarcz: Why some are allergic to so much?

Published: 19Oct2017

Interview with Professor Schwarcz on why some people are allergic to so much. Watch here: CTV News

Is the C Series deal good for Quebecers?

Published: 18Oct2017

McGill business professor Karl Moore discusses the recent deal between Bombardier and Airbus. Read more: Global News    

When these neutron stars collided, the celestial explosion was a gold mine for astronomers

Published: 17Oct2017

"It's just such a cool discovery with such beautiful, early data that we can start to really piece out the differences between models," said Daryl Haggard, an astrophysicist at McGill University...

Experts: Bombardier to partner with Airbus on CSeries program

Published: 17Oct2017

Bombardier Inc. announced it has sold a majority stake in its CSeries passenger jet business to European aerospace giant Airbus for no cost. (CBC)

Feeling anxious about your writing? Procrastinate

Published: 16Oct2017

This week's tip is from Krzysztof Pelc, associate professor of political science at McGill University.

Experts: Municipal elections

Published: 16Oct2017

Here are McGill researchers available and interested to comment on the municipal elections in Montreal:...

Latest gravitational-wave detection opens new era for astronomy

Published: 16Oct2017

The discovery of a gravitational wave caused by the merger of two neutron stars, reported today by a collaboration of scientists from around the world, opens a new era in astronomy. It marks the...

Speed, risk-taking to blame in many accidents involving young drivers

Published: 13Oct2017

The brain's prefrontal cortex, which controls decision-making and risk-taking, continues to develop into early adulthood, said Cecilia Flores, a McGill psychiatry professor who studies teenage...

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