Bruce Lennox is a modern-day goldsmith. However, he works on a molecular level, building tiny structures with big applications.
Guillaume Couture describes the fear and hope in Kyiv at the height of the Orange Revolution in the Ukraine.
Issa Boullata has been teaching for 56 years, 30 of them at McGill's Institute of Islamic Studies. The Arabic language and literature professor was recently honoured by the Middle East Studies Association for his mentoring of students all over the world.
The ethnology collection at McGill recently got a home to call its own in the Redpath Museum. The Reporter presents some highlights from their exhibits.
Philosophy professor Marguerite Deslauriers studies ancient philosophers for models of a society where social roles are not determined by our sexual organs.
Although the approaches to medical training and the delivery of medical services in Canada and the U.S. are more or less the same, the two countries have very different health care systems. Political science professor and director of the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada Antonia Maioni tells us how this came to be.
Space use, bathrooms, drug company sponsorship, and health and safety were discussed at a relatively quiet Senate meeting.
A group of high-profile academics, international policy stakeholders, researchers, NGO representatives, business leaders and concerned citizens will examine Canada's changing role in the world.
Matt Haimovitz, music professor and "Pizza parlour prodigy," is performing at the Yellow Door.
Extreme Research: Winter Edition will showcase McGill's cool research about predicting, understanding and planning for winter weather and northern conditions.