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Feeding the world while protecting the planet

International team of researchers designs global plan for sustainable agriculture

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Published on : 12 Oct 2011

David Eidelman named Dean of Medicine and Vice-Principal (Health Affairs)

Now Chair of the Department of Medicine, leading researcher is a McGill grad, native Montrealer

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Published on : 12 Oct 2011

McGill University Benefits from Prestigious International Scholarship Competition

The world-renowned Fulbright program is an educational movement based on the principle of scholarly exchange between the United States and various countries from around the world. This year, a McGill student has been awarded a Fulbright to do research in the U.S., while the University will play host to four distinguished American scholars in the 2011-2012 academic year.

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Published on : 28 Sep 2011

Understanding the metabolism of the Arctic landscape

Thanks to a 4 year - $4 million grant from NSERC, the first Discovery Frontiers grant ever awarded, scientists from ten Canadian universities will now be able to collaborate with one another and with organizations from around the world to create a reference for the arctic land system. Geography professor Nigel Roulet will pursue his research into dissolved organic carbon in the Arctic waters.

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Published on : 23 Sep 2011

McGill Dances for Cancer Research

Check out the video made by some of McGill's top scientists, students, lab techs and dedicated volunteers at the Goodman Cancer Research Centre, who turned on the music - and danced for a great cause! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg1yw8D3glE Every hit raises money to advance cancer research at the Goodman Cancer Research Centre.

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Published on : 22 Sep 2011

Vacuum-like device makes cellular exploration easier

New floating microscopic device will allow researchers to study a wide range of cellular processes

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Published on : 20 Sep 2011

First conciliation meeting and others scheduled until October 26

On September 8, McGill’s negotiating committee met with the government-appointed conciliator. During this first session, the conciliator decided that both parties should discuss all unresolved issues, which should be grouped under different categories. The parties agreed to discuss some 33 issues.

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Published on : 09 Sep 2011

McTavish Street reopens after flooding

Following severe flooding Thursday evening caused by a burst pump in the City of Montreal pumping station on Dr. Penfield Avenue, McTavish Street is now reopened to pedestrian traffic. Meanwhile, Wilson Hall remains closed. Please click on title above for full announcement.

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Published on : 09 Sep 2011