In October last year, Craig Stein was diagnosed with colorectal cancer. On the roller-coaster ride his life has become, he's met others, including McGill students, who are also coping with the disease.
The McGill Minis just keep growing.
David Rosenblatt's lab identifies the gene responsible for a rare but devastating disease that impairs the body's ability to absorb vitamin B12.
Alumnus and businessman Irving Ludmer gives $3 million to help the Department of Psychiatry improve its infrastructure.
A new library software program makes one-stop research possible. Find It McGill links databases, electronic journals, and the online catalogue.
A rundown of some McGill courses that teach the finer points of the world around.
First Peoples' House secretary remembers the pivotal events of 15 years ago, commemorated on campus this summer.
Remember when you were the talk of the block if your TV could get Gilligan's Island without manipulating the old rabbit ears for 20 minutes? Well, those days are long gone, as witnessed by the upgrading of McGill's wireless network. That explains the ear-to-ear grins on laptop users across the university.
Neurology professor Peter McPherson is so far out on the edge of proteomics research even he isn't sure what eventual effect his work will have — breakthroughs could come in regulating cholesterol in the blood, or schizophrenia... or both.
Does scouring your oven make you feel good? It could be making you sick.