McGill team overcomes beyond-their-control technical glitches to steal the show at the prestigious Supercomputing 2005 conference.
McGill researchers are at the forefront of a whole new kind of chemistry that relies on water instead of toxic solvents and turns CO2 into biodegradable plastic. You might say that they're saving the world, one molecule at a time.
Daniel Taylor tears into tears with a performance of John Dowland's Lachrimae.
A plethora of illuminating events highlighted by a sighting of an abominable snowman.
Erotic? Neurotic? The Roddick Gates turn 80.
What's better than meeting the Dalai Lama once? Meeting him twice, of course.
The first tenants of the new music building are only just moving in now, but excitement is building for the facility that will add eight floors, a 200-seat recital hall, a new home for the Music Library and specialized production and research labs.
Geneviève Langelier, a second-year music history major, writes about how Seymour Schulich's generosity has been invaluable to her studies.
Sheila Fraser spoke at the Faculty of Management about her career, and what the Auditor General of Canada does — and does not — do.
Biomedical engineering professor is tickled pink at the impending launch of the world's first online brain-imaging database. Researchers around the world will be able to access baseline pics of normal gray matter.