Government awards $7 million to accelerate the development of next-generation light speed networks.
McGill Open House welcomes media, potential students and parents.
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) will present the E. (Ben) and Mary Hochhausen Award to Dr Vincent Hayward, associate professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McGill University, for his efforts in developing an affordable, computer-driven braille display.
To honor St. Valentine's Day, I Medici di McGill orchestra will feature a very romantic program during its next concert on Monday, February 24.
Quebec Minister of Culture and Communications, Diane Lemieux, will inaugurate the annual conference of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada.
A leading thinker in fundamental ecosystem science is coming to Montreal. C.S. Holling, the Arthur R. Marshall Jr. Chair in Ecological Sciences, Department of Zoology at the University of Florida, is visiting McGill University on Feb. 17 to deliver a talk.
Four licensing agreements, involving new methods for characterizing and testing computer chips in the semiconductor industry developed at McGill and related to work carried out by Dr Gordon Roberts, James McGill Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, were concluded with with DFT MicroSystems within six months of an initial seed investment of $420,000 from MSBI Capital.
The U.S. invasion of Iraq seems imminent. Yet a war in the Persian Gulf leaves many unanswered questions. That's why a group of scholars from McGill University and l'Université de Montréal are getting together on Feb. 17 to address an army of war-related questions at the first of several panels.
Should the United States declare war against Iraq, McGill University has an army of experts who can provide thoughtful insights for the media.
McGill biologist Siegfried Hekimi is the principal author of an study published in Science that suggests the existence of a central process of aging.