McGill helps organize the 14th World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization and Third World Congress on In Vitro Maturation, during which former and current patients will address congress goers.
A World War II conference gave an opportunity for McGill to honour two great men.
Three survivors of three different genocides -- Rwanda, Cambodia and the Holocaust -- explain what justice and human rights mean to those who have lived the horror.
McGill architecture students took on a cool new project in Quebec City's Ice Hotel.
McGill researchers link spina bifida to three mutations in the VANGL1 gene.
Take the kids for a whale of a time at the Redpath Museum.
Tea queen Maggie Weller continues the decades-old tradition of brewing a hot cuppa in the Pulp and Paper Institute.
This week's lineup of not-to-be-missed events includes a biodiversity symposium, a toad flick, standout stand-up comedy, a man-eating plant and, of course, another freaky offering from the good folks at the Redpath Museum.
Principal Heather Munroe-Blum and the heads of three other research-intensive Quebec universities present a united front at a press conference in which they demand that the Quebec government address the issue of underfunding.
Pierre Dutilleul is a statistician who studies trees. Examining how branching patterns affect light-gathering efficiency in plants can improve our understanding of photosynthesis, and by extension, food production and the environment.