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Opinion: Zika and the Age of Global Swarming

Op-ed by Anthony Ricciardi, professor of environmental science at the Redpath Museum and McGill School of Environment. Montreal Gazette

Published: 24 Feb 2016

Winter cyclists gaining more respect on bike paths

“I’m happy they’re actually doing now what they should have been doing all along. I would attack the previous years when they didn’t do that.” Ahmed M. El-Geneidy, associate professor, School of Urban Planning. Montreal Gazette

Published: 24 Feb 2016

Do you really need breakfast to lose weight?

Op-ed by Dr. Mitch Shulman, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Surgery. The Suburban

Published: 24 Feb 2016

Réforme du système de santé: trop destructrice

Article d’opinion par Henry Mintzberg, Titulaire de la Chaire de gestion John Cleghorn à la Faculté de gestion Desautels. Le Devoir

Published: 24 Feb 2016

Cancer du pancréas: traquer le tueur tranquille

Ce n'est pas tous les jours qu'on peut connaître les avancées dans les recherches sur le cancer. Le chercheur Dr George Zogopoulos a parlé avec fierté de ses découvertes, samedi, lors de l'après-ski de Skions pour la vie pour le Fonds commémoratif Rob Lutterman. La Presse

Published: 23 Feb 2016

Watson: The spectacular things growth brings

Column by William Watson, Professor of Economics. Ottawa Citizen

Published: 23 Feb 2016

Thupten Jinpa: the Dalai Lama's translator for 30 years

Thupten Jinpa was a bright young Tibetan Buddhist monk, who had joined the Dalai Lama's inner circle as principal English-language translator. Today, he's a professor at McGill University. He still translates for the Dalai Lama. CBC News

Published: 23 Feb 2016

Refugee health care’s coming back

“So far as coverage of medical services is concerned, the April 1 [refugee health] reform changes very little. This is because the majority of refugee claimants (theoretically) have always continued to have full coverage of medical services. They never lost it.” Janet Cleveland, McGill University researcher and psychologist. Global News

Published: 22 Feb 2016

L’incroyable histoire d’un inventeur

«Je voulais écrire un roman littéraire, poétique, qui avait la capacité d’avoir un peu d’intrigue, de violence, d’action.» Sean Michaels, écrivain en résidence, Département d’anglais. Le Journal de Montréal

Published: 22 Feb 2016

Do Black Lives Matter in Montreal?

Samanthea Samuels, candidate in Faculty of Law, and Rachel Zellars, PhD student were both interviewed. Montreal Gazette

 

 

Published: 22 Feb 2016

Research sheds new light on 'flexible' brain cells

Groundbreaking research from the Research Institute of the McGill University Health Centre — which has shattered a long-standing assumption about brain cells known as astrocytes with a new study published on Thursday — has opened the door to the possibility of reprogramming those cells to preserve brain function. Montreal Gazette

Published: 19 Feb 2016

Uber uproar: The rage in Montreal

“There’s something different about transportation. It affects how everything works together in a way that, say, whether you buy your book from Amazon or your bookstore does not. That might shape the ecosystem of retailers but it doesn’t shape your everyday life experience in the same way as transforming the transportation infrastructure would.” Barry Eidlin, McGill University sociologist....

Published: 18 Feb 2016

Frappes russes en Syrie sur des hôpitaux et des écoles

Entrevue avec Frédéric Mégret, professeur de droit. Radio-Canada

Published: 18 Feb 2016

Quebec debates blackface, again

Interview with Philip Howard, Professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education. CTV News

Published: 18 Feb 2016

Et le gagnant est…

Pour conclure cet exercice créatif à lourdes contraintes, le .txtLAB de McGill a analysé les textes ainsi composés afin de voir qui, de Daniel Grenier, Monique Proulx, Stéphane Dompierre, Marie Hélène Poitras et André Alexis, en a le mieux intégré les composants. Résultats et réflexion avec le professeur Andrew Piper. Le Devoir

Published: 17 Feb 2016

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