Charles Taylor, world-renowned McGill philosophy professor has won the Kyoto Prize, one of the world's biggest cash awards. His Kyoto Prize citation extols his construction of a philosophy that "actively pursues the harmonious co-existence of diverse cultures."
McGill medical student organizes June 21 gathering on causes and effects of massive seismic event
Covers basic practices of organic gardening such as soil health, pest management and planting Members: N/C Non-Members: $3 to cover expenses. RSVP to annie [dot] beaudry [at] mcgill [dot] ca. Refreshments & Drinks included. Door Prize will be drawn
Minor genetic differences between individuals change the effect of a common medication, study shows
Bariatric surgery for morbid obesity also prevents cancer: McGill/MUHC researchers
Obese patients who undergo stomach surgery to lose weight may reduce their risk of developing some cancers by as much as 80 per cent, according to a study by McGill researchers that provides new evidence eating less could play a critical role in warding off the disease.
McGill philosopher one of two Canadians to win “Japan’s Nobel”
Need help with your science writing? If you're like most scientists, explaining your research to others can be challenging. To help you communicate your ideas to specialists and non-specialists alike, Prof. Linda Cooper offers two intensive graduate seminar courses.
Slava Sinigerska, BCL/LLB’07, and Nicolas Leblanc-Langlois, BCL/LLB’07, were placed on the École du Barreau’s 2007 Excellence Honour Roll.
Research out of McGill University suggests a new egg-freezing technique, called vitrification, is as safe as conventional in-vitro fertilization treatments and natural conception.