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Boxer pour réussir et sortir de la rue

Une vingtaine de jeunes de Montréal-Nord en situation difficile ont participé à une séance de boxe à l'université McGill. Métro

Published: 9 Mar 2016

Why successful people wear the same thing everyday

According to Daniel Levitin, a professor of psychology and behavioral neuroscience at McGill University in Montreal, anytime you make a decision the brain has to use energy. Attn

Published: 8 Mar 2016

McGill's Béliveau invests in players on and off court

McGill University women’s volleyball coach and former Olympian Rachèle Béliveau has made a large impact on her sport and in the lives of the players she has mentored. Montreal Gazette

Published: 8 Mar 2016

Canadian wrestler Dori Yeats qualifies for Rio Olympics

McGill Engineering student Dorothy Yeats booked her ticket to Rio with win at the Pan-American Olympic Qualifier in Frisco, Texas. CBC News

Published: 8 Mar 2016

Et la musique créa l’humanité

Aujourd’hui, Daniel Levitin est neuroscientifique à l’Université McGill de Montréal, où il a consacré une bonne partie de son activité de chercheur à s’interroger sur la manière dont «la musique a guidé le développement de la nature humaine» au cours des cinquante mille dernières années. Le Temps

Published: 7 Mar 2016

Victoria Kaspi, Herzberg Gold Medal winner

Interview with Victoria Kaspi on Quirks & Quarks. CBC Radio

Published: 7 Mar 2016

Mapping Star Wars Force Awakens characters

“I came away with the sense that it felt as though it was the same as A New Hope, but I didn’t feel disappointed. That paradox got me thinking." Derek Ruths, associate professor in the School of Computer Science and head of Network Dynamics Lab. Wired

Published: 7 Mar 2016

Mysterious cosmic radio bursts found to repeat

The findings stem from a discovery made in November, when McGill University Ph.D. student Paul Scholz was working with FRB data from the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico, which is the largest of its kind. The Washington Post

Published: 3 Mar 2016

Interview with Victoria Kaspi

McGill’s leading astrophysicist talks fundamental science research, academic gender imbalances and amateur dramatics as a parent. Times Higher Education

Published: 3 Mar 2016

Les dangers du GPS

Véronique Bohbot, chercheuse à l’Institut Douglas et professeure agrégée au département de psychiatrie, est citée. La Presse

Published: 3 Mar 2016

Le mont Royal au sommet du ski de fond

C’est un groupe de professeurs de l’Université McGill qui fit la première sortie de groupe de ski au pays, selon les annales. Le Devoir

Published: 2 Mar 2016

A Voice for Youth

For 25 years, McGill University’s Nico Trocmé, winner of the 2014 Connection Award, has been a leading and vocal advocate for youth. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

Published: 2 Mar 2016

Courir pour aller travailler

Pascal Brissette, en plus d'être un père comblé, est professeur agrégé, directeur du Centre de recherches interdisciplinaires en études montréalaises et directeur du programme d'études sur le Québec au Département de langue et de littérature française de l'Université McGill. Sa particularité? Il se rend au travail (et en revient) à la course, et ce, tous les jours depuis trois ans!...

Published: 2 Mar 2016

Scientists develop biological supercomputer

"For a bigger problem we have to make a larger computer.” Dan Nicolau, first author of the study and chair of the department of bioengineering. 

Published: 29 Feb 2016

The Right Chemistry: The dangers of cadmium

Column by Joe Schwarcz, director of the Office for Science & Society. Montreal Gazette

Published: 29 Feb 2016

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