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  • Tweet Speak

    McGill researcher pinpoints an important role of the basal ganglia in vocal learning across species.

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  • Sedentary Behaviours in Men Linked to Early Depression

    Young men who have suffered from early depression are more vulnerable than women to spending many hours in front of a screen later on

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  • Beating the bug at the molecular level

    Study by McGill University professor paves the way for a highly-effective therapy against the flu virus and other viral infections

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  • $3.5-million DFAT grant to improve health and agriculture in Ghana

    A team led by Prof. Grace Marquis, of the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition, is collaborating with the University of Ghana (UG), World Vision and local resource institutions on the five-year funded project.

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  • Stories from the Field

    McGill's research magazine, Headway, brings research to life.

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  • Advanced Biofuels Symposium 2014

    BioFuelNet Canada, based at McGill, will host one of Canada’s most important advanced biofuels events in Ottawa, May 27-29.

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  • Making life simpler for control freaks

    Important and complex systems, from the global financial market to groups of friends, may be more controllable than they appear.

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  • 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.

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  • Reducing Carbon Emissions a Grand Challenge

    Two McGill professors receive $500,000 grants to reduce carbon emissions as part of the CCEMC Grand Challenges program.

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McGill Research and International Relations (RIR)

McGill research has an enormous impact here in Montreal, across Quebec and Canada, and all around the world. Browse our videosnews releases, breakthroughsinnovationsRSS feeds and this very website to find out how.

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