After 20 years studying the endangered Fowler toad, David M. Green is ready to draw some conclusions... almost.
What could be better than informal, accessible lectures given by brilliant science researchers on their work? Throw in a free lunch.
Five members of McGill's administrative and support staff earn Principal's Awards for their tireless dedication and commitment to excellence.
Town Hall, Sunday movie matinees and more lectures than you can shake a stick at.
Canadian and American climate-change experts have been predicting since December 2006 that the bank of ice covering the Arctic Ocean will completely disappear by the summer of 2040. Now a team led by McGill researcher Bruno Tremblay has revised their projection and estimates that the phenomenon will occur 20 or 30 years earlier.
"The world will suffer more ecological explosions and surprises as alien species invade new habitats and compete with domestic organisms for survival," Anthony Ricciardi, a professor of environmental science at McGill, warns.
Following a rigorous review of qualifications, the MUHC Board of Directors has approved two consortia to move forward in the MUHC’s selection process for a private-sector partner for its Glen Campus.
Every Monday in the Globe and Mail's Report on Business, Karl Moore interviews professors and thinkers, CEOs and exciting young professors.
Pioneer in field of narrative medicine to deliver 31st Osler Lecture
The challenges that autistic patients face become more pronounced during adolescence