Curators from McGill museums share their favourite items from their collections — and what a collection of curiosities they've unearthed.
As water becomes the world's newest, hottest commodity, the question now becomes, whose water is it?
The cream of McGill's teaching crop earns kudos - and a nice lump of cash - as recipients of the Principal's Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
In between her freshman year at McGill in 1936 and her graduation in 2006, Michelle Tisseyre has led a life most can only dream about.
Linghua Kong's thesis project is on new product development, something the mechanical engineering doctoral student already knows much about. Kong has already won awards for a cost effective electric wheelchair that will increase mobility for people who rely on these machines.
Michel Loreau is an ecosystem's best friend.
Chandra Madramootoo goes from director of Brace Centre to heading up the Faculty of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
McGill students walk away with a record five awards at the annual Forces AVENIR gala in Quebec City. But they're just doing it for the community.
For Eric Champagne, McGill's first horticulturalist, campus is a giant garden and home to a staggering variety of different plant species.
Philosopher Ian Hacking delivered the 28th annual Osler Lecture on how we view our bodies, minds and, ultimately, ourselves.