The many faces of McGill research
The Research and International Relations Flickr Photostream is a great way to keep up-to-date on McGill’s research-related activities and visits by international delegations.See the photos
How do immune cells detect infections?
McGill researchers use computer simulations to shed light on how immune cells may identify foreign antigens.Learn more
Childhood abuse leaves marks in the brain
Different forms of early childhood trauma can increase the risk for mental illness in adulthood. Scientists from McGill and Charité University Medicine in Berlin have now discovered a neural basis for this association.Learn more
Study of oceans’ past raises worries about their future
Data from end of the last ice age illuminate the precarious nature of global ocean chemistry.Learn more
McGill researchers awarded SSHRC Partnership Grants
Two McGill researchers are leading projects that recently received Partnership Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), worth nearly $9-million in combined funding.Learn more
Stem Cell Renewal Theory celebrated
C.P. Leblond’s seminal “Stem Cell Renewal Theory” turns 60 this year, and the leading journal ASCB has marked the occasion on their blog.Learn more
Entre Nous with Jean-François Nadeau, Senior Director, Corporate Relations
The leader of McGill’s new centre designed to streamline the relationships between the corporate and academic worlds talks to the McGill Reporter.Learn more
How does inbreeding avoidance evolve in plants?
Case study of Leavenworthia suggests that loss of complex traits may be reversed.Learn more
Study points to role of nervous system in arthritis
Reducing levels of nerve-growth factor may be a key to developing better pain treatments.Learn more
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