The bioinformatics revolution is beginning to profoundly affect the whole of biology and medicine. In response to this challenge of the "post-genomic age," McGill has established a Centre for Bioinformatics, and a staffing search, which will pull together researchers from many disciplines, has begun.
Biologist Amanda Vincent, the first scientist to study seahorses in their natural habitats, has just been given a prestigious Pew Fellowship, the world's preeminent award in marine conservation. Vincent is the first McGill professor and only the second Canadian to be named a Pew Fellow.
McGill University's first honorary doctorates of the new millennium are being conferred on a wide range of individuals during the months of May and June.
The McGill University Cancer Centre presents a three-day conference and workshops on colon cancer to be held from May 10 to 13.
McGill's Centre for Climate and Global Change Research (C2GCR) is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
Leonard Cohen fans gather at McGill conference devoted to the living legend.
The principals of McGill University and Queen's University announce the signing of an agreement to continue the partnership of the two institutions in support of McGill-Queen's University Press.
Dr Philip A. Sharp, a giant in the field of modern molecular biology, will speak at McGill on Friday, May 5, under the auspices of the prestigious Foundations of Medical Science lecture series.
Minister of Education François Legault's elaboration on the Quebec budget provisions for education leads McGill's administrators to a more optimistic outlook.
MIT and McGill University astronomers have taken a major step in defining a type of slow-spinning, highly magnetic collapsed star seemingly so rare and unusual that even its interim name, Anomalous X-ray Pulsar (AXP), reveals how truly strange it is.