What areas should Canada protect to save species at risk of extinction? 

Published: 11 April 2023

At the recent COP 15 conference in Montreal, Canada committed to protecting 30% of its land by 2030, but which areas are most crucial to protect for at-risk species such as the spotted turtles?...

Setting Targets for Wetland Restoration to Mitigate Climate Change Effects on Watershed Hydrology

Published: 10 January 2023

How much wetland we should protect or restore is not a simple question, such that conservation targets are often set according to political agendas, then standardized globally. However, given their...

The three dimensions of a flower

Published: 13 December 2022

To better understand the evolution of flowers, a research team in biology from Université de Montréal , the Montréal Botanical Garden, and McGill University (Daniel Schoen, Biology) have succeeded...

Organelles Without Borders: How Liquid Droplets Organize the Cell

Wednesday, June 29, 2022 19:00to20:00

We welcome you to another IN-PERSON and online public lecture!3480 rue University, Montreal, QC, H3A 0E9, CA/scienceCategory: Public outreach Dept. of Physics Faculty of Science

McGill CRCs awarded in the 2020-2022 Cycle and NFRF-Transformation Results

Published: 12 January 2022

On January 12, the Federal Government announced more than $295 million for science, research, and engineering in Canada through the Canada Research Chairs (CRC) 2020-2 cycle, the New Frontiers in...

CFI invests $3.9 M in McGill Research

Published: 11 August 2021

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CTV NEWS | Some dinosaurs were flying before there were birds, new research suggests

Published: 13 August 2020

Biologists now have a better idea of the origin of birds and the evolution of flight, two iconic events in the history of life on earth, thanks to work by a group of international scientists...

FRQS to fund new structural biology centre at McGill University

Published: 8 April 2020

The health sciences research arm of the Quebec government [Fonds de recherche du Québec – santé (FRQS)] today announced it will provide $2 million to assist in the establishment of the Centre de...

Fossilized wing gives clues about Labrador’s biodiversity during the Cretaceous

Published: 21 February 2020

A fossilised insect wing discovered in an abandoned mine in Labrador has led palaeontologists from McGill University and the University of Gdańsk to identify a new hairy cicada species that lived...


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