McGill uses the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) program to attract the brightest minds from around the world.
An amphibious robot spawned in the McGill labs of the Centre for Intelligent Machines shows its stuff at the Bellairs Research Institute in Barbados.
After recent high-profile corporate scandals, public confidence in leadership and management has taken a real hit. The way universities train managers may be part of the problem, says management iconoclast Henry Mintzberg.
Le Bureau de transfert de technologies aide les ingénieurs à s'occuper des aspects commerciaux du monde nouveau de l'entrepreneuriat universitaire.
An old science adopts a new philosophy that makes both environmental and economic sense. McGill has become one of the world leaders in the field of green chemistry.
The McGill Alumni Association's Honours and Awards Banquet pays tribute to some of the best volunteers of the year among McGill graduates, friends, faculty, students and staff.
Jonathan Schneer, BA'71, MA'73, has written a cultural history of England's "national river."
Montrealers and McGillians will enjoy Golda Fried's (BA'94) novel about a neurotic and naive McGill freshman.
Alan Hustak's biography of Sir William Hingston, MDCM'1851, shows him "at the centre of Montreal's medical, business, social and political life."
McGill graduates Joseph Heath and Andrew Potter argue that most popular attempts at rebelling against the mainstream culture generally end up being absorbed by it.