Prolonged and exclusive nursing improves children’s cognitive development
Ariel Fenster uses public lectures, radio and television and a full-scale stage show to debunk and demystify everything from the chemistry of love to the pros and cons of plastics and vitamins and the economic and ethical debate over biofuels.
Researchers at McGill have field-tested in India a rapid saliva test for HIV that was shown to be highly effective in preventing transmission of the virus from HIV-positive mothers to their children.
Landmark study shows how environment affects genes in brains of men who killed themselves
From religion to law, McGill symposium explores myriad implications of medicine’s new age
There might be help for golfers who routinely beat themselves up over poor shots and bad putting. It comes in a video game called Matrix developed by Dr. Mark Baldwin, a psychologist at McGill.
A McGill study has shown that a cuddle truly does lessen babies' sufferings.
PubMedCentral has added 40 new journal titles in the past 60 days. Of these, more than half contribute open access (free) content immediately, while an additional 6 make content available within the NIH 12-month timeline. Therefore, a total of 70% of these new journals are facilitating compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.
The Life Sciences Library is pleased to announce access to the electronic book collection available via Ovid Online. This large collection covers a broad range of disciplines in the life sciences. Books@Ovid is one of the world's largest online collection of core clinical texts. The collection may be browsed title by title or searched.
Dr Juli Atherton was recently named one of two winners of the Statistical Society of Canada's 2007 Pierre Robillard Award. This award recognises the best doctoral thesis in probability or statistics defended at a Canadian university. Congratulations to Dr Atherton!