Kathleen Cullen wants to make astronauts feel better, by helping them overcome space sickness. Turns out it's all in their head.
McGill experts give us the lowdown on everything from lead levels in Montreal tap water to a disturbing trend in HIV infection rates.
A conference on print in the city examines how ye olde periodicals shape urban culture.
Things get a little heated at the inaugural Lorne Trottier Public Science Symposium: Climate Change and Energy. The panel of four internationally renowned experts all agreed that the menace of global warming is real - they just didn't see eye-to-eye on what should be done.
A McGill-based study hopes to show that a pair of dental implants dramatically improves a person's health.
Fifteen McGill teachers have been recognized by the departments, faculties and students as outstanding pedagogues in their fields. They share their motivations, favourite memories, and on-screen and real life inspirations.
Doe-eyed manga heroines, axe-tossing lumberjacks, Open House and a tribute to a very special lady.
Pharmacogenomics Centre sizes up your genes and tailors your drugs.
Professor Carlos Fraenkel takes a philosophical approach to solving the Middle East tensions by going to Al-Quds University's classrooms.
Nicholas Ignatieff is the first director of the Office of Strategic University Research Funding.